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Meta’s Self-Rewarding Models, the Key to SuperHuman LLMs?
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Meta’s Self-Rewarding Models, the Key to SuperHuman LLMs?

Last Updated on January 31, 2024 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Ignacio de Gregorio

Originally published on Towards AI.

Meta, the company behind Facebook, Whatsapp, and Rayban’s Meta glasses, has announced a recent, highly promising AI breakthrough, Self-Rewarding Language Models.

Their results have allowed their LLaMa-2 70B fine-tuned model to surpass models like Claude 2, Gemini Pro, and GPT-4 0613, despite being at least an order of magnitude smaller.

However, that is not the true breakthrough, as these new models also show signs of being a reasonable path to creating the first superhuman LLMs, even if that means humans taking one step closer to losing complete control over our best AI models.

But what does that mean? And is that a good thing?

Let’s find out.

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