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What is large language model?

A large language model (LLM), also known as a deep learning model, has revolutionized the field of natural language processing. As an advanced artificial intelligence system, a large language model is designed to understand and generate human-like text. The model is trained on vast amounts of data so that it can learn the intricacies of language and accurately predict the next word or phrase based on the context.

With its impressive capabilities, a large language model can perform various language-related tasks, such as text completion, translation, summarization, and even creative writing. As these models are continuously evolving and improving, they are learning language nuances and can handle more and more complex linguistic patterns and generate highly coherent and contextually relevant responses. The advent of large language models has opened up new possibilities in the realm of artificial intelligence, making it an exciting area of research and development.


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The Resolution Intelligence Cloud platform utilizes large language models to enhance its capabilities in various ways. For example, Resolution Intelligence Cloud™ can improve its natural language processing capabilities to become more accurate in understanding and interpreting text. This means that the platform can better analyze and extract insights from a wide range of data sources, such as SIEM, SOAR, and UEBA technologies.

Additionally, large language models enable Resolution Intelligence Cloud to generate more coherent and contextually relevant responses, making it an invaluable tool for teams seeking to automate lower-level tasks and streamline threat intelligence analysis, incident response, vulnerability management, and more. The ease of using large language models can also help reduce the learning curve for less experience security analysts while freeing skilled analysts to work on higher-priority tasks. It’s a prime example of letting machines do what they do best, so that humans can focus on creativity and innovation.

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