In a surprising turn of events, the AI industry might be moving towards cooperation rather than competition. Large Language Models (LLMs) like Microsoft’s ChatGPT and Meta’s LLaMA, which were once seen as rivals, are now hinting at future collaborations.
Meta recently made its LLaMA model freely available under an open license on Microsoft’s Azure platform, emphasizing the benefits of AI interoperability. This move is seen as a step towards allowing users to access a wider variety of LLMs and compare their results.
It also raises the question of how these models can work together. As more tech giants join the AI field, the trend towards open structures that can communicate with each other is expected to grow. This could lead to improved results in areas like search queries and a reduction in development costs and timelines.