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A list of resources, articles, and opinion pieces relating to large language models

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06 April 2023



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We’ve collected some of the articles, opinion pieces, videos and resources relating to large language models. Some of these links also cover other generative models. We will periodically update this list to add any further resources of interest.

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Journal, conference and arXiv articles

Newspaper, magazine, University website, and blogpost articles

Podcasts and video discussions

Focus on LLMs and education

Relating to art and other creative processes

Misinformation, fake news and the impact on journalism

Regulation and policy




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