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How would I translate GPT to German?

Never translate technical terms! All native German speakers (more than 99%) who use AI tools or just talk about them are multilingual. They speak not only standard German and their local German ...
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How would I translate GPT to German?

Wandler: GPTs don't change text, they append new text to existing text Umformer: GPTs don't change text, they append new text to existing text Actually, transformers and GPT are two different, yet ...
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How would I translate GPT to German?

It does not make sense to translate the word Transformer, as it is only a (more or less) arbitrary name the researchers choose for a new computational architecture. The name Transformer was choosen by ...
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How would I translate GPT to German?

I suggest you don't try to translate and instead use GPT. I'm sure 99% of English speakers don't know what GPT means, except that it is related to artificial intelligence. The same applies to Germans (...
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Why do German speakers say "USA" instead of "VSA"?

By and large, Germans love anglicisms... But a long anglicism may also be perceived as unwieldy, and if the name of a state can be translated, such as "United States = Vereinigte Staaten", ...
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Why do German speakers say "USA" instead of "VSA"?

Both VSA for Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika and VK for Vereinigtes Königreich do exist and were common in my childhood (late 70s early 80s). Germans are very eager to pick up anglicisms and would ...
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