Meta Launches Open-Source AI Model to Counter ChatGPT & Google

Facebook’s parent company Meta launched LLaMa, a new and free version of its artificial intelligence model to take on ChatGPT-maker OpenAI and Google in the fast-increasing AI market.

OpenAI and Google have developed impressive large language models that are capable capabilities to mimic human creativity and expertise.

Meta’s LLaMa in comparison is a language model specifically developed for researchers so that they could perfect it.

LLaMa is open-source, which means it can be modified. The AIs developed by OpenAI and Google are not open sources. The clients using OpenAI or Google AI do not have access to their programming code or detailed answers as to how their data is handled.

“Open source drives innovation because it enables many more developers to build with new technology. It also improves safety and security because when software is open, more people can scrutinize it to identify and fix potential issues,” Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post.

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