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Stanford students apologize after being accused of copying China’s artificial intelligence model

Stanford students apologize after being accused of copying China’s artificial intelligence model

Two Stanford University students have apologized to an artificial intelligence (AI) startup affiliated with Tsinghua University after they were accused online of plagiarizing parts of one of the Chinese company’s artificial intelligence models, called MiniCPM-Llama3-V2.5.

“We would like to apologize to the original authors of MiniCPM” for failing to perform full due diligence, computer science students Siddharth Sharma and Aksh Garg wrote in X on Tuesday.

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