The open-source AI boom is precarious because it is built on top of giant models like LLaMA and GPT-3, and could collapse if Meta and OpenAI decide to shut shop (Will Douglas Heaven/MIT Technology Review)

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Will Douglas Heaven / MIT Technology Review:
The open-source AI boom is precarious because it is built on top of giant models like LLaMA and GPT-3, and could collapse if Meta and OpenAI decide to shut shop  —  Greater access to the code behind generative models is fueling innovation.  But if top companies get spooked, they could close up shop.

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