AI Evolution: From Chatbots to Chip Wars and Beyond

April 22, 2024
AI Evolution: From Chatbots to Chip Wars and Beyond
  • Generative AI creates original content from data, while classic AI focuses on predictions; examples include AI chatbots like OpenAI's ChatGPT and Google's Gemini.

  • These advanced chatbots can execute complex tasks but may produce errors or 'hallucinations' without sufficient training data.

  • Large language models (LLMs) are a subset of generative AI, trained on vast text corpora to comprehend and produce human-like language.

  • Semiconductors, or AI chips, are crucial for electronic devices; TSMC dominates the market, but the US is investing to localize production and compete with China.

  • GPUs have evolved from gaming to bolster deep learning, whereas TPUs are specialized for AI tasks, surpassing CPUs and GPUs in performance for AI applications.

  • The interplay of generative AI, AI chips, and the need to mitigate AI errors is central to the AI field's advancement, with broad implications across industries.

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