Google GLaM

The Generalist Language Model

About Google GLaM

GLaM is a mixture of experts (MoE) model, a type of model that can be thought of as having different submodels (or experts) that are each specialized for different inputs. The experts in each layer are controlled by a gating network that activates experts based on the input data. For each token (generally a word or part of a word), the gating network selects the two most appropriate experts to process the data. The full version of GLaM has 1.2T total parameters across 64 experts per MoE layer with 32 MoE layers in total, but only activates a subnetwork of 97B (8% of 1.2T) parameters per token prediction during inference.

Source: https://ai.googleblog.com/2021/12/more-efficient-in-context-learning-with.html

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