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AI Weekly Report #16 A week full of “core”
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AI Weekly Report #16 A week full of “core”

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Hayo News
November 17th, 2023
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In an all-core week, NVIDIA and Microsoft released AI chips one after another

On November 13, NVIDIA released the H200, a new generation of artificial intelligence (AI) processor. The new H200 GPU integrates 141 GB of memory, improving performance by 60% to 90% compared to the H100 when used for inference or generating answers to questions. Nvidia will also launch the Blackwell architecture B100 GPU in 2024, whose AI performance will be more than twice that of the Hopper architecture H200 GPU.

On the 17th, Microsoft released two self-developed chips, Maia 100 and Azure Cobalt 100, at the Ignite Technology Conference. The former is Microsoft's first AI chip, using TSMC's 5nm process, and is specially used for the training and reasoning of large language models. The latter is a 64-bit, 128 computing core CPU that provides support for Microsoft's general cloud services.

Open AI suspends new user registration for ChatGPT Plus

On November 15, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said on affordability, we want to make sure everyone has a great experience. You can still sign up within the app to be notified when it reopens for subscribers."

In April this year, ChatGPT Plus also stopped purchasing Plus paid items due to "excessive demand."

"Zero One Thousand Things" open source Yi large model was accused of plagiarizing LLaMA

On November 14, the AI ​​large model startup "Zero Yi Wan Wan" founded by Kaifu Li released two open source large models, Yi-34B and Yi-6B. However, on the Hugging Face open source homepage of Yi-34B, developer ehartford questioned that the model uses the Meta LLaMA architecture and only modified the names of two tensors, namely input_layernorm and post_attention_layernorm.

In response to this question email, the Zero One R&D team responded. The content of the response email stated, "Your view on tensor is correct. As you suggested, we will rename it from Yi to Yi." LLaMA, Zero One will also release a new version after the name change." The Zero One R&D team stated that the naming problem was indeed caused by their own negligence. Due to a large number of training trials and renaming, they did not change it back before launching the release version. This It was our own fault and we apologized for causing the confusion.

The first AI-based hardware product AI Pin is released

Humane, the artificial intelligence startup founded by former Apple designers Imran Chaudhri and Bethany Bongiorno, has launched its first product, a $699 embedded smart phone. AI Pin, a wearable device with cutting-edge AI technology, allows users to wear the pin-like product on their collar.

AI Pin is designed to replace some functions of ordinary smartphones. Users can directly make calls, send text messages and find information through voice control, and can directly access ChatGPT through voice initiation. The wearable device also sports a laser display that turns the user's palm into a mini screen that displays the time, date or nearby specifics.

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A quick 5-minute overview of the opening speech of Microsoft Technology Conference: The birth of the master of AI software and hardware map set

At 1 a.m. Beijing time on Thursday, Microsoft Ignite, the world's top technology conference, officially opened in Seattle. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella gave an opening speech that lasted nearly an hour, introducing the latest progress made by the AI ​​leader. Nadella said that at this week's conference, Microsoft will be able to come up with more than 100 updates related to AI, but as in the past, he will focus on five aspects in today's speech.

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