- Two weeks ago, Meta announced its latest AI language model: LLaMA.
- Meta did not release LLaMA as a public chatbot but as an open-source package that anyone in the AI community can request access to.
- The intention, said the company, is “further democratizing access” to AI to spur research into its problems.
- However, just one week after Meta started fielding requests to access LLaMA, the model was leaked online.
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