In a bold move to dominate the AI market, Meta, the technology giant, is set to release its groundbreaking commercial AI model. With the industry growing at an unprecedented pace, Meta’s new offering aims to outshine its rivals and spearhead the future of artificial intelligence. Meta’s commercial AI model is designed to deliver unparalleled performance, surpassing the capabilities of existing rival models. Through advanced algorithms, deep learning techniques, and an extensive training dataset, Meta’s AI model promises unrivaled accuracy, efficiency, and versatility in various applications.
Meta, previously known as Facebook, is poised to launch its own commercial AI model, further fueling the ongoing AI revolution that began with OpenAI’s introduction of ChatGPT in December last year. The widespread interest in AI has made it the talk of the town, captivating online audiences worldwide. Joining the ranks of prominent players like Google, Microsoft, and Opera, Meta’s foray into the AI realm solidifies its commitment to this groundbreaking technology.
Meta released its own language model, known as LLaMA, to researchers and academics earlier this year, but the new version will be more widely available and customizable by companies, three people familiar with the plans said. “The release is expected imminently”, one of the people said. The software, which can create text, images and code, is powered by large language models (LLMs) that are trained on huge amounts of data and require vast computing power.
The competitive landscape of AI is going to completely change in the coming months, in the coming weeks maybe, when there will be open source platforms that are actually as good as the ones that are not.
vice-president and chief AI scientist at Meta, Yann LeCun, said at a conference in Aix-en-Provence last Saturday.
Joelle Pineau, Meta’s vice-president of AI research, declined to comment on the development of a new AI model and how it might be monetized but said: “At the end of the day, because you release something [open source], you don’t completely give up on the intellectual property of that work.”