Large Language Models Training Datasets

Use our Datasets for LLM training

Welcome to the forefront of AI innovation, where the convergence of social media and language model training is reshaping the landscape of natural language understanding. At our cutting-edge platform, we’re pioneering the use of diverse social media sources—including Reddit, Twitter, Discord, TikTok, Telegram, and more—as invaluable datasets for training next-generation Language Models (LLMs).

Imagine tapping into the collective consciousness of millions, even billions, of individuals who freely express their thoughts, opinions, and emotions across these platforms every day. This wealth of unfiltered, real-time data provides an unparalleled opportunity to not only understand human language but also to capture the nuances of sentiment, context, and cultural trends that shape communication in the digital age.

One of the key distinguishing factors of our approach is the utilization of long historical datasets spanning more than 13 years. While many language model training processes focus on recent data, we recognize the immense value of capturing the evolution of language and social dynamics over time. By delving into archives that stretch back over a decade, we gain insights into the gradual shifts in language usage, sentiment patterns, and societal influences that can significantly enhance the robustness and adaptability of our LLMs.

The added value of leveraging such extensive historical datasets cannot be overstated. It allows our models to not only grasp current linguistic trends but also to contextualize them within a broader historical framework, resulting in more accurate, contextually-aware responses and predictions. Whether it’s understanding the evolution of slang, tracking the emergence of new cultural references, or analyzing the impact of historical events on language usage, our approach enables LLMs to stay ahead of the curve and remain relevant in an ever-changing linguistic landscape.

13+ years

Historical Data


Diversified Sources


Historical Messages



Dataset Features

Tagged with meta information:
Ticker and stock symbols
Key events
Entities, e.g. products

Key benefits

Comprehensive API functionalities and bulk download

Standard outputs: CSV and JSON

Historical data for Reddit, TikTik, Telegram, Discord, Twitter, 4Chan and many more.

Support of 10 languages and broad application for LLMs

Download raw data for internal usage

Dataset features: tagged, mapped with stock symbols, key events, topics, and persons

Interested in using our historical data sets for LLM training?