BLUFIn the battle to dominate AI technology, Meta Platforms (Facebook) is the latest company to announce releasing a new large language model based on artificial intelligence.
This article by Reuters, published in the New York Post, makes the following points:
- The move follows the unprecedented success of Microsoft-backed OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
- Meta’s LLaMA—short for Large Language Model Meta AI—will be available under a non-commercial license to researchers.
- The model is trained on 20 languages that use Latin and Cyrillic alphabets.
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References from the Web:
- FEB 2023 Meta has a new machine learning language model to remind you it does AI too—The Verge
- FEB 2023 Mark Zuckerberg Unveils LLaMA, Meta's Powerful New Large Language Model—Entrepreneur
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