RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – IBM continues to expand its relationship with Meta on the frontier of artificial intelligence.

Big Blue announced plans Thursday to add a mammoth project from Meta called Llama 2-chat to its offering.

“This will build on IBM’s collaboration with Meta on open innovation for AI, including work with open source projects developed by Meta – such as the PyTorch machine learning framework and the Presto query engine used in,” IBM explained.

IBM pointed out that “when users run the Llama 2 model through the prompt lab in, they can toggle on the AI guardrails function to help automatically remove harmful language from the input prompt text as well as the output generated by the model. Meta also provides an account of their fine-tuning methodology used in their large language models.”

Read the full announcement online.

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