Artificial intelligence has been moving at the speed of light with all of the news that has come out. So let’s do a recap of what we covered here at ODSC and other stories that we may have missed so you can stay in the know of all things AI.
This week, Google introduced its answer to OpenAI’s GPT model with Gemini. Coming in three configurations, Ultra, Pro, and Nano, it’s a natively multimodal design that is a departure from the conventional approach of stitching together separate components. How this will shake the AI world, is anyone’s guess, but it’s clear that Google hopes to challenge OpenAI’s dominant position in the world of LLMs.
Late last month, NVIDIA brought to the world its latest GPU, H200 Tensor Core GPU. NVIDIA hopes to set a new benchmark as the world’s most powerful GPU designed to supercharge artificial intelligence and high-performance computing or HPC workloads.
While speaking at Axios’s AI+ Summit, Eric Schmidt warned that current AI guardrails aren’t enough to prevent harm. The former Google chief went on to compare the development of artificial intelligence to the introduction of nuclear weapons during the Second World War.
In a new research paper, Google’s DeepMind has discovered hundreds of thousands of new hypothetical material designs. Their hope with this breakthrough is to help improve the production of materials such as computer chips, batteries, and solar panels.
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An AI-generated voice of Stewart, who starred in films including “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “Vertigo” and “Rear Window,” was recreated for the Calm app story using AI voice-cloning technology. The project has the consent of Stewart’s family and his estate.
The fast food giant says it will be using the power of generative AI in its operations, starting next year. The goal is to provide “thousands” of stores with hardware and software upgrades to get them started. Along with updates to other systems including ordering kiosks and the company’s mobile app, McDonald’s will be able to use generative AI on massive amounts of data to optimize operations.
Liquid AI has built a new type of AI model called liquid neural network that is much smaller than traditional AI models and requires less power to compute. They consist of “neurons” governed by equations that predict each individual neuron’s behavior over time, like most other modern model architectures.
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