State of the tech: A half-year check-in with large language models

AI is having a moment, and data vendors and software providers are seizing on it. Some are building models in-house, while others are looking to third parties to power their strategies—but the focus is largely on productivity and faster data access. Nyela examines how we got here and where we’re heading.

​I’m a born-and-bred New Yorker. I grew up in Battery Park City in Lower Manhattan, learned to take the subway at a young age and was raised a die-hard Yankees baseball fan. Part of that NYC upbringing also included frequent trips to one of my favorite places in the city: the American Museum of Natural History on the Upper West Side.

I spent a lot of time going to the museum to learn about indigenous tribes, particularly the ones that occupied the Northeast or Eastern Woodlands. There are also

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