Meta collaborates with Qualcomm for Llama 2 Artificial Intelligence

Qualcomm and Facebook parent company Meta has announced a collaboration for the development of Llama 2 based AI tech on smart phones and connected PCs. The objective of this alliance is to push AI intelligence onto the edge of devices by integrating it into QUALCOMM snapdragon processor platforms.

Initially, the technology will be made as a mainstream into smart phones and tablets and then will be pushed towards IoT devices.
Edge based technology not only helps in saving costs, but offers increased security, privacy, and greater reliability of applications. It can be used into virtual assistants, content creation tools, apps that are into entertainment like OTT, and other productive suits.

According to a survey made by Statista in 2021, over a billion of gadgets such as smartphones, tablets, XR headsets and glasses will be using QUALCOMM AI based hardware and software by 2025.

Meta will be seeing that its Llama AI usage is done in a responsible way with innovation going hand in hand with the development.

NOTE– Meta Llama 2 based Artificial Intelligence is a language model developed by Meta scientists and can used in the development of chatbots such as Microsoft’s OpenAI ChatGPT. It uses large amounts of generated data to train and tune up the model replicating human intelligence…. hmmm to a certain extent on course! As per some of the conversations taking place on Twitter, it is too early to predict whether the upcoming AI based chat bot will turn into a competitor to ChatGPT.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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