Head of global affairs at Facebook owner claims AI’s development is running behind ‘hype’ about its risks
Nick Clegg has defended the release of an open-source artificial intelligence model by Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta, as he claimed that “hype” about AI’s dangers was running ahead of the technology’s development.
The president of global affairs at Meta and former UK deputy prime minister spoke on Wednesday after the company said it was opening access to its new large language model (LLM), Llama 2, which will be free for research and commercial use. LLMs are trained on vast amounts of data and underpin generative AI products such as the ChatGPT chatbot.
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