Alibaba opened access to its AI models Qwen-7B and Qwen-7B-Chat to third-party developers

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Summarize this content to 100 words Alibaba has opened access to its AI models to third-party developers. This is the Qwen-7B model with 7 billion parameters, as well as the Qwen-7B-Chat version for dialogue programs. The move will allow researchers, scientists and companies to use Alibaba’s neural networks to build AI applications without having to train their own systems. Companies with more than 100 million monthly active users will need a free license from Alibaba to access the neural network, it said.In April, Alibaba launched the Tongyi Qianwen Large Language Model (LLM). It allows you to generate content in English and Chinese and has models of various sizes, including models with 7 billion parameters. Alibaba has already created several apps with Tongyi Qianwen, including the Tongyi Wanxiang image generator.As CNBC points out, providing access to AI models intensifies Alibaba’s competition with Meta*, which previously gave researchers access to its Llama model. Last month, Microsoft announced the opening of access to LLM Llama 2 for developers using the Microsoft Azure cloud service.*Meta Platforms is recognized as an extremist organization, its activities are banned in Russia.

Alibaba opened access to its AI models Qwen-7B and Qwen-7B-Chat to third-party developers

Alibaba has opened access to its AI models to third-party developers. This is the Qwen-7B model with 7 billion parameters, as well as the Qwen-7B-Chat version for dialogue programs.

The move will allow researchers, scientists and companies to use Alibaba’s neural networks to build AI applications without having to train their own systems. Companies with more than 100 million monthly active users will need a free license from Alibaba to access the neural network, it said.

In April, Alibaba launched the Tongyi Qianwen Large Language Model (LLM). It allows you to generate content in English and Chinese and has models of various sizes, including models with 7 billion parameters. Alibaba has already created several apps with Tongyi Qianwen, including the Tongyi Wanxiang image generator.

As CNBC points out, providing access to AI models intensifies Alibaba’s competition with Meta*, which previously gave researchers access to its Llama model. Last month, Microsoft announced the opening of access to LLM Llama 2 for developers using the Microsoft Azure cloud service.

*Meta Platforms is recognized as an extremist organization, its activities are banned in Russia.

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