Meta Develops Advanced AI Model to Combat OpenAI

News – Meta Platform is working on a new artificial intelligence or AI system that will be trained to become the most advanced AI model to fight OpenAI.

According to a Wall Street Journal report, this AI model is ready to train in 2024, and is claimed to be several times more powerful than the commercial version dubbed Llama 2.

For your information, Llama 2 is an open-source Meta AI language model launched in July 2023, and distributed by Microsoft’s Azure cloud service to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard.

In the future, this AI system can help companies build services that produce text, analysis and other sophisticated output. Meanwhile quoted News from Gadgets 360 On Monday (11/09/2023), Meta did not immediately respond to this issue.


It must be acknowledged that Businesses and enterprises have flocked to the nascent generative AI market for newer capabilities and improved business processes since the launch of OpenAI’s ChatGPT at the end of last year.

Earlier in August 2023, Meta released an AI model capable of translating and transcribing speech in dozens of languages, a potential building block for tools that enable communication real-time across language differences.

The company said in a blog post that its SeamlessM4T model can support translation between text and speech in nearly 100 languages, as well as full speech-to-speech translation for 35 languages. These AI models can also incorporate technologies that were previously only available in separate models.

Not only Meta, Bloomberg wrote that in July that Apple was working on an AI offering similar to OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard. Apple built its own framework, known as Ajax, to build large language models and also test chatbots that some engineers call Apple GPT.


The development of AI models carried out by Meta, Apple or other companies is of course very beneficial for us as users, so we just have to wait for the next development of the AI ​​technology that is created.






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