Search Results for author: Tian Liang

Found 5 papers, 5 papers with code

Leveraging Word Guessing Games to Assess the Intelligence of Large Language Models

1 code implementation31 Oct 2023 Tian Liang, Zhiwei He, Jen-tse Huang, Wenxuan Wang, Wenxiang Jiao, Rui Wang, Yujiu Yang, Zhaopeng Tu, Shuming Shi, Xing Wang

Ideally, an advanced agent should possess the ability to accurately describe a given word using an aggressive description while concurrently maximizing confusion in the conservative description, enhancing its participation in the game.

Encouraging Divergent Thinking in Large Language Models through Multi-Agent Debate

1 code implementation30 May 2023 Tian Liang, Zhiwei He, Wenxiang Jiao, Xing Wang, Yan Wang, Rui Wang, Yujiu Yang, Zhaopeng Tu, Shuming Shi

To address the DoT problem, we propose a Multi-Agent Debate (MAD) framework, in which multiple agents express their arguments in the state of "tit for tat" and a judge manages the debate process to obtain a final solution.

Arithmetic Reasoning Machine Translation

Exploring Human-Like Translation Strategy with Large Language Models

2 code implementations6 May 2023 Zhiwei He, Tian Liang, Wenxiang Jiao, Zhuosheng Zhang, Yujiu Yang, Rui Wang, Zhaopeng Tu, Shuming Shi, Xing Wang

Compared to typical machine translation that focuses solely on source-to-target mapping, LLM-based translation can potentially mimic the human translation process which might take preparatory steps to ensure high-quality translation.

Hallucination Machine Translation +2

ParroT: Translating during Chat using Large Language Models tuned with Human Translation and Feedback

1 code implementation5 Apr 2023 Wenxiang Jiao, Jen-tse Huang, Wenxuan Wang, Zhiwei He, Tian Liang, Xing Wang, Shuming Shi, Zhaopeng Tu

Therefore, we propose ParroT, a framework to enhance and regulate the translation abilities during chat based on open-source LLMs (e. g., LLaMA), human-written translation and feedback data.

Instruction Following Machine Translation +1

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