Meta has shared its exciting plans to implement new generative artificial intelligence (AI) features that aim to add a fun touch to users’ communication with AI agents, including the Meta AI assistant and EMU sticker creator.
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The new Meta AI assistant, based on the Llama 2 language model, Next-generation ‘chatbot’ that provides real-time access to information and enables natural language interactions between various company services and devices, From WhatsApp and Messenger to Instagram, from virtual reality viewers to smart glasses.
An innovative feature is its integration into the EMU (Expressive Media Universe) tool, which not only creates images but also allows users to create stickers directly from messaging applications for use in both individual and group conversations.
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As Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg emphasized in his Meta Connect 2023 presentation, the main purpose of EMU is to add fun to communication.
In line with this vision of entertainment, Meta has also introduced artificial intelligence ‘chatbots’ with their own personalities, ideas and hobbies. These agents, which will initially be available in quantities of 28 in the United States, are provided with a name, profession or hobby, as well as a photo and a brief description that gives an idea of what the interaction with them is like. It will be like.
In addition to these new features, Meta also announced its AI Studio platform, designed to allow developers to create their own ‘chatbots’ and integrate them into messaging applications. The API will be available in the coming weeks.
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