mark zuckerberg and satya nadella announce 'free' chatgpt like tool

Mark Zuckerberg And Satya Nadella Announce ‘Free’ ChatGPT-like Tool

Satya Nadella, an Indian-American business executive who is the executive chairman and CEO of Microsoft, has joined the Threads app, which is known as the “Twitter killer” app.

After joining the Threads app, Satya Nadella announced an AI partnership with Meta. He wrote on Threads, “What a great day to join Threads! We are thrilled to expand our AI partnership with Meta, as we bring their Llama family of large language models to Azure.”

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg also talked about the AI partnership. Reportedly, Meta aims to make an artificial intelligence system to offer a free ChatGPT-like tool, but with a different approach.

Zuckerberg said that his company partnered with Microsoft to launch the next generation of its AI large language model. He said that the AI tool would be free for research and commercial use. 

Meta used the acronym LLaMA, for Large Language Model Meta AI, to describe the first version of its AI model. Meta named the second version Llama 2. 

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On Instagram, Zuckerberg posed a picture with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. He wrote on Instagram, “Today, we are open sourcing Llama 2 with our preferred partner Microsoft. This gives researchers and businesses access to build with our next generation large language model as the foundation of their work.” He also thanked the Microsoft CEO. 

The Thread app was launched this month. It registered 10 million users in the first seven hours of its launch. It was created by Meta’s Instagram team. Reportedly, Threads was launched to rival Twitter. Some investors called the Threads app a “Twitter killer.” Jack Dorsey, a co-founder and former CEO of Twitter, criticized the data policy of Threads.