Apple releases eight OpenELM AI small language models for on-device use

Proof-of-concept AI models from Apple come just days after the release of Microsoft’s Phi-3

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Apple releases eight OpenELM AI small language models for on-device use
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Apple releases eight OpenELM AI small language models for on-device use

Apple has released eight small AI language models intended for use on smartphones and other devices as proof-of-concept research releases, made available under Apple’s open source-like Sample Code Licence.

Grouped under OpenELM – efficient language model – the models provides a training and inference framework trained on publicly available datasets for researchers and developers to work with. Smal...

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