Several scientists in the first half of the 20th century made enormous contributions to science and technology in different fields. We can mention several Nobel Prize winners, including Albert Einstein, Ernest Lawrence, and Niels Bohr, who provided fundamental contributions to physics studies. But what about their role as fundraisers? And what about their influence in funding research topics unrelated to their scientific contribution, such as life sciences and biology?
The emergence of Large Language Models (LLMs) has dramatically changed the natural language processing (NLP) landscape. The reason lies mainly in their ability to understand and analyse natural language and, at the same time, generate human-like responses.