Meta Unveils Next-Generation AI Model Surpassing ChatGPT 4, Reducing Dependency on External Platforms for Training

Artificial intelligence has been a hot topic since the start of this year. And as we approach the final four months of 2023, an increasing number of businesses are discussing AI and attempting to use cutting-edge technology to their advantage. OpenAI, Google, and Microsoft seem to be in the lead in the AI race, while Apple and Meta are mainly mute. Recent sources claim that Apple is working on multiple AI projects and spending millions of dollars every day on the technology. Additionally, according to recent rumors, Meta is attempting to create an AI model that will compete fiercely with OpenAI’s ChatGPT-4.

Regarding ChatGPT 4

With regard to ChatGPT 4, it was described as “a large multimodal model (accepting image and text inputs, emitting text outputs) that, while less capable than humans in many real-world scenarios, exhibits human-level performance on various professional and academic benchmarks” when it was first unveiled in March of this year.

GPT-4, the successor to GPT 3.5, was stated to be able to handle larger and more complicated queries than its forerunner at the time of its launch. 

The ability of ChatGPT-4 to handle both words and images, or so-called “multimodal” technology, is one of its most amazing new capabilities. Users can post both text and a picture for ChatGPT-4 to read, analyze, and discuss. Video input will eventually be available as well.

The forthcoming AI system from Meta

According to the report, Meta intends to start building its new AI model around the beginning of 2024. In order to provide an AI system that is even more potent than OpenAI’s GPT-4, Meta will soon release a large language model (LLM). The most advanced generative AI chatbot available today, GPT-4, which powers ChatGPT’s premium version, is capable of writing code, creating poetry, solving challenging tasks, and much more.

Additionally, the article reveals that Meta has increased its purchase of Nvidia’s H100 AI-training processors and is aiming to upgrade its infrastructure so that it won’t need to rely on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform to train the next chatbot. According to reports, earlier this year, a group of individuals was formed to hasten the development of AI technologies. That objective seems to be a logical expansion of the generative AI characteristics that Meta has allegedly already been developing. The undisclosed AI “personas” the business is rumored to be deploying this month sound a lot like the Instagram chatbot with 30 personalities that was allegedly under testing in June.

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