OpenAI might introduce an open-source AI model
As per some recent pieces of information, OpenAI is working on an open-source AI model. In the AI category, OpenAI is considered to be the most contentious company. It was founded back in 2015 by Elon Musk and Sam Altman. OpenAI started off its journey as a non-profit organization, however, the success of ChatGPT welcomed new opportunities. Microsoft took charge of the chatbot and its source code by making a $10 billion investment. Microsoft has utilized ChatGPT across its products. In this way, it is posing a challenge to Google Search business.
Given the huge success of ChatGPT, the company OpenAI is now going to introduce an open-source AI model. Reportedly, the new model is opposite to the current closed-source GPT-4. GPT-4 is considered to be the most successful language model by OpenAI. An open-source model will help the developers to explore the roots and third parties will also benefit from it.
OpenAI is working on an open-source AI model
Well, the new open-source AI model can’t be considered a rival to GPT-4. On the other hand, ChatGPT Plus powered by GPT-4 is priced at $20 per month. Furthermore, users might become less interested in the premium version if there were an open-source AI simulation of it.
Another thing to be considered here is that the open-source AI model could be used for subversive purposes. Cybercriminals could have access to it. They can change the code for their purposes. As of now, there are no details about the open-source variant of OpenAI and how it differs from the current GPT-4.
Well, OpenAI is not the only company that is going to introduce an open-source AI model. Previously, Meta introduced its open-source Large Language Model Meta AI (LLaMA) to the public. It is now available for improvements to the public.
Open-source AI models are becoming more and more popular. One of the biggest concerns about these open-source models is that developers can easily access them. In this way, some closed-source AI models could also be outclassed. It is anticipated that more companies will join the bandwagon and introduce an open-source AI model.
Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.
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