Knowledge Graphs could be a way out of the GenAI hallucinations trap

Right now, there is a great deal of excitement about Generative AI (Artificial Intelligence) especially Large Language Models (LLMs). The initial hype surrounding ChatGPT is arguably waning, but it is clear that there is enough technology and academic research for serious developer attention.

Despite the potential of the approach, LLMs come with a range of challenges. These include the well-known issue of hallucinations (making up persuasive falsehoods), but also false logical reasoning (if two shirts take two hours to dry on the line, how long do five shirts take?) and giving the wrong answer when a question is inverted.

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