Following the hype of ChatGPT, Meta is reportedly developing its own AI system, built on its existing large language models ‘Llama’. According to the Wall Street Journal, the system, like other AI tools, is designed to produce “sophisticated text, analysis and other output” and would also facilitate other companies in building services that provide the same functions.
To excel further in the AI field, Meta is also reported to be acquiring more Nvidia H100 chips to power its AI integrations and initiatives. The company is already testing out several AI tools on its social platforms, such as the Instagram chatbot and AI Sandbox that consists of options for text variation, background generation and image outcropping.
Last month, Meta also announced a new Code Creation model that it claims has “enhanced coding capabilities.” The model can generate code and natural language about code, from code as well as natural language prompts. It can further be used for analyzing code snippets, code completion, and debugging.
While Meta has released no official statement about its recently speculated AI system, the Wall Street Journal has hinted that the company may begin its training some time in early 2024.