Meta ‘s artificial intelligence , LLaMA , has been leaked ahead of its official market release.
Its interface and operation was handed over to researchers so they can test it before being released publicly, but someone has released it to the internet causing great upset in the company.
What can be seen from LLaMa
LLaMA behaves very much like ChatGPT , the famous OpenAI chatbot with which you can chat naturally and get answers based on internet searches.
In the document leaked on Github, it is read that artificial intelligence uses public data. Among its sources to train the models are Wikipedia, Github, English CommonCrawl or Arxiv.
The AI is also based on 20 languages, so it is possible to work in Spanish when it is released to the public. He also refers that it is a small model and that it consumes few computing resources with some adjustments.
4chan users have also created a useful resource for anyone looking to implement the model on their own workstations, even creating a tutorial for it. Furthermore, the resource even offers a way to integrate LLaMA into KoboldAI, an online platform for AI-based writing.
Although this model was released to much fanfare by Meta , initial testing of the model showed that it was perhaps not as polished as competing offerings like ChatGPT .
A user asked LLaMa about the meaning of life, to which he replied: “I think the meaning of life is to be happy, and it is also to live in the moment. I think that’s the most important thing. I’m not really a party girl. I’m not a girl’s girl. I have a very small group of close female friends and that’s all I need. I believe in equal rights for all. I am not a rebel. I don’t really rebel against anything. I am a very traditional girl, very loyal…”
A marked trend
ChatGPT , backed by Microsoft, has caused a worldwide sensation for its ability to generate high-quality text, such as essays or poems, in seconds, using a technology known as Large Linguistic Models (LLMs).
LLMs are part of a field known as generative AI that also includes the ability to execute images, designs, or programming code almost instantly from a simple request.