The Rise of On-Prem LLMs: How are Large Language Models (LLM) changing the landscape of AI?


Understanding the Advantages of On-Prem LLMs and Their Role in Transforming Language Processing and AI Applications

What is an LLM?

An LLM, or Large Language Model, is a type of artificial intelligence model that is trained on a vast amount of text data to generate human-like responses or perform language-related tasks. LLMs are designed to understand and generate natural language, allowing them to engage in conversations, answer questions, write text, and perform various language-related tasks.

How does Allganize use LLM’s?

Alli GPT, a powerful solution developed by Allganize, combines the capabilities of Alli Answer with a LLM such as GPT3.5. By leveraging the advanced language generation capabilities of the LLM, Alli GPT provides concise and informative document summaries, ensuring quick comprehension of complex information. Furthermore, it generates more accurate and contextually appropriate responses to user queries of internal data, enhancing the overall conversational experience. With Alli GPT, organizations can unlock the full potential of their knowledge base, enabling efficient information retrieval and empowering users with comprehensive, intelligible, and contextually relevant responses.

With LLM Ops, Allganize can now offer services for building custom LLM applications such as Alli GPT. In this process, we understand that some clients may prefer an on-prem solution for various reasons. While OpenAI does not offer on-prem solutions, Allganize can utilize other LLM’s on the market to offer similar results as what we see with Alli GPT.

What are the benefits of on-prem?

It is important to note that an on-prem LLM also presents some challenges. It requires significant resources to set up and maintain the infrastructure. This includes hardware, software, and skilled personnel. Additionally, developing and training an LLM from scratch can be time-consuming and expensive compared to leveraging pre-trained models like ChatGPT, however this is where Allganize steps in.

Ultimately, the choice between an on-prem LLM and an open-source model depends on your organization's specific security needs, compliance requirements, available resources, and risk tolerance. Both options have their own advantages and trade-offs, and it's essential to conduct a thorough analysis before making a decision.

To explore the benefits of LLM ops and learn about other AI solutions being offered, please reach out to the Allganize team of experts here.