Writer Releases Three Enterprise Generative AI Models


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Writer, a full-stack generative AI platform, has introduced three new proprietary large language models (LLMs) for enterprise-ready generative AI.

The only LLMs that are currently in production and that were trained on a set of data that can support AI use cases for the enterprise are Palmyra Small (128M), Palmyra Base (5B), and Palmyra Large (20B). Free downloads of Palmyra Small and Base LLMs are available on Hugging Face. The company asserts that anyone can directly incorporate enterprise-grade generative AI content into their own applications and workflows using Writer’s API.

The Palmyra LLMs are accessible through the API, which can be customized with corporate data to account for everything from brand voice and word and character length to fact checking. Additionally, it guarantees the security of user and employee data at a company.

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