AI glossary - AI terminology you need to know

This AI glossary compiles the most common terms you need to know before you start your AI journey. Whether you’re just starting your your career in artificial intelligence or already working on the same, this comprehensive A-Z AI glossary is specifically designed to help you understand the key concepts and cut through jargon.

  • AI HallucinationAI hallucination refers to the generation of false or misleading information by a larger language model (LLM). This often occurs due to insufficient training data.
  • AI promptAI prompts are questions, statements or commands provided by humans to a large language model, triggering relevant responses.
  • Conversational AIConversational AI refers to a form of Artificial Intelligence that enables natural and seamless interactions between humans and machines through conversation.
  • Generative AIGenerative AI refers to a form of AI that enables you to create original content automatically, like images, text, videos and music in a matter of seconds.
  • Generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT)A generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT) is an AI model developed by Open AI that processes and generates text based on human inputs.
  • Knowledge graphA knowledge graph is a structured representation of data in the form of a network, illustrating the relationships and connections between various entities.
  • Large Language Model (LLM)A large language model (LLM) is a type of Artificial Intelligence system designed to generate human language. It can generate text, images and content.