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Latest news on Meta's LLaMA, a family of large language models (LLMs) that are designed to help researchers advance their work in natural language processing (NLP). LLaMA stands for Large Language Model Meta AI, and it is a state-of-the-art foundational large language model that is available for free for research and commercial use.

LLaMA models range from 7 billion to 65 billion parameters, and they are trained on 1.4 trillion tokens of text data. LLaMA models can be fine-tuned for various tasks, such as generating creative text, solving mathematical theorems, predicting protein structures, answering reading comprehension questions, and more.

Meta AI has also released some fine-tuned models based on LLaMA, such as LLaMA Chat and Code LLaMA, which can handle conversational and coding tasks respectively. LLaMA models are more efficient and competitive with other open source language models of similar size on existing benchmarks.

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