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11 Sep, 2023
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Meta, the parent company of Facebook, is setting its sights on creating a new AI model that can compete with OpenAI's GPT-4, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.

The company is reportedly in the process of acquiring AI training chips and expanding its data center capabilities. The goal is to have a large language model ready in early 2024 that can compete with GPT-4 capabilities.

This move comes as Meta seeks to enhance its AI offerings and re-establish its place in the AI space.

CEO Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly interested in allowing companies to use this new model to create artificial intelligence tools for free, similar to previous initiatives. To support this effort, Meta is acquiring Nvidia H100 chips for artificial intelligence training and is focusing on infrastructure development to reduce its reliance on third-party cloud platforms such as Microsoft's Azure.