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Meta to develop its own AGI and open it to developers


Meta to develop its own AGI and open it to developers

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has shared the company's plans to develop its own artificial general intelligence (AGI) and eventually make it accessible to developers. AGI can be described as artificial intelligence that can either meet or even surpass human intelligence in almost all categories. To accomplish this goal, Meta intends to merge its two primary AI research groups, FAIR and GenAI, to speed up the company's progress.   


In a Threads video, Zuckerberg stated, "It's become clearer that the next generation of services requires building full general intelligence.”  


 "Our long-term vision is to build general intelligence, open source it responsibly, and make it widely available so everyone can benefit," he further added. 


According to Zuckerberg, it is a necessity for creating the best AI for chatbots, creators, as well as businesses. The goal is to create software with the ability to self-teach which will be able to perform tasks that they are not necessarily trained or developed for. 


Zuckerberg also disclosed that Meta is on track to acquire around 350,000 NVIDIA AI chips by the year's end to manage the necessary processing power. He believes that Meta's AI vision and the virtual metaverse are interconnected. 

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