May 29, 2024
Meta's Ambitious AI Endeavor: Aiming for Open-Source Dominance in High-Level Text Generation

Meta’s Ambitious AI Endeavor: Aiming for Open-Source Dominance in High-Level Text Generation

According to a Wall Street Journal exclusive, Meta, the corporation that owns Facebook and Instagram, is working on a fresh artificial intelligence (AI) model that will contend with OpenAI’s most sophisticated model.

According to people with knowledge of the situation, Meta wants the new AI model to be “several times” more potent than its Llama 2 model, which it launched earlier this year.

According to sources cited by The Wall Street Journal, Meta’s current intentions for the new system include making it open-source so that other businesses can create AI tools that generate high-level text, analysis, and other forms of output.

The business has also been purchasing more of Nvidia’s H100 semiconductor processors, the most potent and sought-after CPUs currently on the market, while simultaneously constructing the data centers required to run such a sophisticated system.

While OpenAI has not publicly disclosed the parameters for GPT-4, they are believed to be in the range of 1.5 trillion. Llama was developed on 70 billion parameters.

According to the sources, Meta expects to start training the large language model (LLM) in early 2024 and have it ready for release by the end of the following year. It will probably be made available after Google’s upcoming LLM Gemini.

In addition to being a major supporter of OpenAI, Microsoft worked with Meta to make Llama 2 accessible on Azure, its cloud computing system. But according to the sources, Meta intends to train its forthcoming model using its own facilities.

This advancement comes as big tech firms and governments compete to develop, implement, and manage advanced AI systems.

The government of the United Kingdom recently disclosed plans to invest $130 million in powerful CPUs to build AI systems.

The new AI laws in China just took effect there and around the world. Since then, more than 70 AI models have reportedly been launched in the nation, according to the CEO of Baidu, a significant tech business with headquarters in China.


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