Artificial intelligence technology Meta Facebook group wants to participate in chatbots
When it comes to artificial intelligence, ChatGPT has made a lot of noise recently. After Google and Microsoft, Mark Zuckerberg’s group is now entering the business with future-oriented technology.
After the fuss about the ChatGPT text machine, the Facebook group wants to get involved in chatbots. Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post on Friday that the Meta language model based on artificial intelligence should support researchers in their work. The technology is called LLaMA.
A Meta spokesperson told Bloomberg Financial Service that the system is not currently used in meta products like Facebook or Instagram. It should be available to researchers who specialize in artificial intelligence.
Chatbots like ChatGPT are trained on massive amounts of text to mimic human speech. They are basically guessing which word will come next. In this way they form sentences and texts that can also come from a human being. At the same time, ChatGPT tests have shown that the program sometimes answers questions with incorrect information and can become abusive in dialogue with users.
ChatGPT is developed by the startup Open AI and released at the end of last year. This initially encouraged Google and now Meta to share more of their own years of developing language models with the public. Meanwhile, Microsoft entered into a multi-billion dollar agreement with Open AI.
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