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Mark Zuckerberg Launched Meta’s new large language model

Today, Meta released a new large-scale artificial intelligence language model called LLaMA, designed to help researchers advance their work,” CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post. “LLMs have shown promise in generating texts, conducting conversations, summarizing written material, and more complex tasks such as solving mathematical theorems or predicting protein structures. Meta is committed to this open research model, and we will make our new model available to the AI ​​research community.

According to Meta, its LLM differs from competing models in a number of ways.

First, he says it will come in various sizes, from 7 billion parameters to 65 billion parameters. Larger models have successfully expanded the technology’s capabilities in recent years, but are more expensive to operate, a stage the researchers call “finishing.”

For example, OpenAI chat GPT 3 has 175 billion parameters.

Meta also said it would make its model available to the research public and welcome applications from researchers. The core models for Google’s LaMDA and ChatGPT OpenAI are not public.

“Meta is committed to this open research model, and we will make our new model available to the AI ​​research community,” Zuckerberg wrote.

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