Metaowner of Facebookon Friday unveiled its own version of the artificial intelligence behind applications such as ChatGPTand stated that it would give researchers access to find solutions to the potential dangers of the technology.
Meta described his own artificial intelligence (AI), called. LLaMAas a “smaller, higher-performance” model designed to “help researchers advance their work,” in what could be seen as a veiled criticism of Microsoft’s decision to make the technology widely available while keeping the programming code secret.
Tech industry moves for ChatGPT
ChatGPTsupported by Microsofthas caused a worldwide sensation with its ability to generate high-quality texts, such as essays or poems, in a matter of seconds, using a technology known as large linguistic models (LLM).
LLMs are part of a field known as. IA generative that also includes the ability to execute images, designs or programming code almost instantaneously from a simple request.
Microsoft has strengthened its collaboration with OpenAIcreator of ChatGPTand earlier this month announced that the technology would be integrated into its search engine Bing, as well as the browser Edge.
Googleseeing a sudden threat to the dominance of its search engine, quickly announced that it would soon be launching its own linguistic AI known as Bard.
But reports of disturbing exchanges with the chatbot. Bing from Microsoftas threats and desires to steal nuclear code went viral, setting off alarm bells that the technology was not ready.
Meta’s answer to ChatGPT
Meta said these problems, sometimes called hallucinations, could be better remedied if researchers had greater access to expensive technology.
OpenAI y Microsoft strictly limit access to the technology behind their chatbots, prompting criticism that they are preferring the potential benefits to improving the technology more quickly for society.
“By sharing the code of LLaMA, other researchers can more easily test new approaches to limit or eliminate these problems.”states Meta.
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