Can you trust Meta’s open source AI?

Can you trust Meta’s open source AI?
An open innovation AI research community has been set up to test-drive Llama2, says Meta. (Image: Meta)
Peter Griffin
Meta, the parent company of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, on Wednesday released Llama 2, a collection of large language models which are used to power generative artificial intelligence (AI) services like OpenAI’s ChatGPT.Llama 2 (Large Language Model Meta AI 2) is actually a direct rival to ChatGPT, but it has a major difference. Meta's has three new pre-trained and fine-tuned models, with 7 billion, 13b, and 70b parameters respectively, which are open source, so they're freely available for research and commercial uses....

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