Goal has announced that it is using part of its tool development staff focused on artificial intelligence (AI) and that in the future will focus on creating ‘AI people’ that can help users in the use of their services.
The company presented a few days ago its own machine language AI model, which works in a similar way to ChatGPT –developed by OpenAI– and which received the name of LLaMA, an abbreviation of ‘Large Language Model Meta AI’.
Meta commented that, for the moment, LlaMA is her research project in development and that she hoped to continue training her for the next few months. In addition, she said it will be available under a non-commercial license both for researchers and for entities and organizations affiliated with the public administration, academia and civil society.
The CEO of the company, Mark Zuckerberg, has explained that part of his team has focused its efforts on developing tools based on generative AI, with the aim of applying it to its products.
The manager has stressed that, soon, this team will focus “on developing people with AI who can help users in various ways” and has commented that he is now exploring “experiences with text, such as chat in WhatsApp and Messenger”, with images, as demonstrated by Instagram, with its creative filters and other advertising formats; video and “multimodal experiences”.
With this, Zuckerberg has advanced that they have “a lot of groundwork” before getting “the really futuristic experiences” that they plan to implement in these services, although he has not commented on what they will consist of.