Meta released Code Llama, a large language model (LLM) that can use text prompts to generate and discuss code, on August 24, 2023. It has been built on Llama 2 as a foundational model and is free for research and commercial use. Click here to read the news annoucment published by Meta.
The below visualization depicts the foundational building block of Llama 2, and an approach to build your own custom model on top of it:
Key deliverables/artifacts, which can be accessed by following links below:
- GitHub Repository for Code LLama
- Request Access to Download Code LLama
- Research Paper on Code Llama
- Introduction to Code Llama
- Hugging Faces Space – Code Llama Chat Playground (See example below)
- Hugging Faces Space – Code Llama Code Completion Playground (See example below)
Code Llama Playground – Text to Code Experience
Prompt: Create a Binary Search Program in Java
Code Llama Playground – Code Completion Experience
Prompt: public static void binarySearch(int arr, int first, int last, int key)
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