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Meta to use social media posts in Europe to train model

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  • Meta is reportedly planning to start using public social media posts from Europe to train its AI models, including the Llama LLMs.

  • The models will utilize public content from Instagram and Facebook shared by users in the European Union, excluding private posts and messages and aligning with the data usage practices applied in other regions. 

  • Furthermore, the company will reportedly comply with EU privacy regulations by notifying users about how their public data is used. 

  • Analyst QuickTake: This news comes as the company faces complaints from Austrian privacy group NOYB for allegedly bypassing GDPR regulations by using personal data for AI model training without proper user consent, leading to significant legal challenges and potential fines.

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