Meta’s LLaMa 2 license is not Open Source – Voices of Open Source

OSI is pleased to see that Meta is lowering barriers for access to powerful AI systems, but unfortunately, Meta has created the misunderstanding that LLaMa 2 is “open source” – it is not. Even assuming the term can be validly applied to a large language model comprising several resources of different kinds, Meta is confusing “open source” with “resources available to some users under some conditions,” two very different things. We’ve asked them to correct their misstatement.

Source: Meta’s LLaMa 2 license is not Open Source – Voices of Open Source


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