In this article, we explore the robustness of different language models to neuron deletions and pruning to observe any multilingual advantages.
Authors: Kavya Duvedi, Tejal Kulkarni, Megan Nguyen, Meera Ruxmohan, Neeti Shah, Roger Terrazas
The basis of our experiment is to confirm the controversial phenomenon in psychology and neuroscience that people who are multilingual tend to be more resilient to brain deficiencies than those who are monolingual. Studies have found that multilingual people tend to have a decreased risk of Alzheimer’s, dementia, and cognitive loss from brain damage. Confidently proving this phenomenon is difficult due to lack of participants who…