- Meta has trained a system they name LLaMA and plans to reveal it to researchers.
- An AI arms race for a slice of the expanding industry has been sparked by ChatGPT.
After the triumph of ChatGPT, Mark Zuckerberg has launched a new language model for Meta. Both Google’s Bard and OpenAI’s chatbot use extensive language model systems, which are the backbone of any generative AI system.
According to CNBC, Meta has trained a system they name LLaMA and plans to reveal it to researchers. As a result, the trend reflects the IT sector’s present preoccupation with cashing in on ChatGPT’s viral success.
ChatGPT has been all over the technology news for the last several months. Users have been blown away by the system’s sophisticated capabilities, and the fast development of the technology that OpenAI is responsible for is on full display. At the same time sparking an arms race between the IT industry’s leading AI developers.
Race For Slice of Expanding Industry
Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, has joined the fray by announcing Meta’s new language model after the success of ChatGPT. Both the OpenAI chatbot and Google’s counterpart, Bard, are based on language models; OpenAI uses the GPT language model, while Bard uses the LaMDA language model.
Today, researchers will be introduced to Meta’s version of this technology, dubbed LLaMA. In addition, the report states that the model was created to aid scientists and engineers in investigating potential AI applications, including query response and document summarization. Furthermore, it’s a product of Meta’s Fundamental AI Research (FAIR) Unit and reflects a broader development in the field.
An AI arms race for a slice of the expanding industry has been sparked by ChatGPT and Google’s following efforts. According to the CEO, more hard jobs like solving arithmetic theroems or forecasting protein structures are within reach with the version of the technology developed by Zuckerberg and Meta.