Today, Google LLC started distributing its AI Test Kitchen app, which will let users engage with cutting-edge neural networks created by the search engine giant’s experts.
The AI Test Kitchen was first shown off by Google at its I/O developer conference earlier this year. The public will be able to interact with Google’s most recent artificial intelligence models through the app and offer feedback. The company claims that the app’s user comments will be utilized to enhance its AI algorithms.
Google has established a web page for the app where users can request admission to AI Test Kitchen. In the beginning, it will “gradually roll out to select groups of people in the U.S.,” according to Tris Warkentin and Josh Woodward, product management executives at Google.
Google’s LaMDA natural language processing model, which it initially outlined in January, is the first AI system that will be made accessible to users through AI Test Kitchen. The configuration options that affect how an AI handles data are included in LaMDA, which has 137 billion parameters. A neural network may do computational tasks more efficiently the more parameters it has.
LaMDA is made to provide natural language responses in response to user-provided text questions. Google used a 1.56 trillion word natural language dataset to train the system during its development. Users of AI Test Kitchen will now have access to three LaMDA-based machine learning tools thanks to the search engine giant.
Users can provide a goal or topic and LaMDA will break it down into a list of subtasks using the app’s first tool. The second tool tests the system’s ability to remain focused on a particular subject. Additionally, according to Warkentin and Woodward, AI Test Kitchen has a LaMDA implementation that “lets you identify a place and offers paths to explore your imagination.”
Google has made several upgrades since launching LaMDA in January to stop the system from producing unfavorable and harmful replies.
‘We’ve been internally testing LaMDA over the past year, and the results have led to appreciable quality gains, according to Warkentin and Woodward. To find fresh model flaws, we’ve recently undertaken targeted rounds of adversarial testing.
Today, Google released AI Test Kitchen for Android. Within a few weeks, the company intends to release the iOS version of the software through Apple Inc.’s App Store.
Google may employ AI Test Kitchen in addition to LaMDA to gather user comments on additional in-house built natural language processing models. The business unveiled PaLM in April, an AI system that can handle 29 tasks related to natural language processing. The system was trained using a cluster of 6,144 TPU chips, which Google created and designed with AI workloads in mind. The system has 540 billion parameters.