Meta Broadens Reach: Meta AI Services Now Available in Nigeria and 11 Additional Nations

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Meta, the conglomerate overseeing Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram, has broadened its AI offering, “Meta AI,” to encompass a dozen nations beyond the borders of the United States. These include Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Canada, Australia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Malawi.

The deployment, currently presented in English, is geared towards enriching interactions and equipping users with fresh, innovative, and productive tools seamlessly integrated into these widely-used applications.

Since its debut at last year’s Connect event, Meta AI has matured into a versatile tool seamlessly interwoven into users’ daily routines. Fueled by Meta Llama 3 technology, Meta AI empowers users to tackle tasks, expand their knowledge, nurture creativity, and cultivate connections effortlessly.

In a recent blog post, Meta announced this expansion, heralding Meta AI as smarter, swifter, and more engaging than ever, courtesy of advancements with Meta Llama 3. The company underscored that its new AI stands as the most intelligent AI assistant available at no cost and is now accessible across more countries within its suite of apps.

With Meta AI seamlessly integrated into feeds, chats, searches, and other functionalities across Meta’s suite of apps, users can accomplish tasks and access real-time information without exiting the application.

Mark Zuckerberg, Meta’s founder, expressed enthusiasm about broadening the reach of Meta AI to new territories, underscoring the company’s dedication to providing real-time information via seamless search integration within beloved apps. He highlighted the enhancements to Meta AI, such as the state-of-the-art Llama 3 AI model and unique creation features like photo animation.

While the emergence of AI heralds revolutionary progress, experts have voiced concerns regarding transparency, bias, privacy, ethics, security, concentration of power, and the long-term risks associated with the development of artificial general intelligence surpassing human intelligence. Nevertheless, Meta persists in innovating and extending its AI services to enhance user experiences globally.

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