Intel has announced the development of a new generative AI model called Aurora GenAI, which is set to compete with OpenAI’s GPT-4. The new model has a whopping 1 trillion parameters, making it the largest generative AI model to date. The Aurora GenAI model is designed to generate human-like responses to text prompts.
The model has been trained on a massive dataset of text from the internet, including books, articles, and websites. Intel claims that the new model is capable of generating more coherent and contextually relevant responses than previous generative AI models. The company also says that the model is more efficient than its competitors, requiring less computational power to generate responses. The development of the Aurora GenAI model is part of Intel’s larger effort to become a major player in the AI industry. The company has been investing heavily in AI research and development and has recently acquired several AI startups.
The new model is expected to have a wide range of applications but is focused on science and technology implementations. It could also be used in industries such as finance and healthcare, where natural language processing is becoming increasingly important.
Despite these concerns, the development of the Aurora GenAI model represents a major breakthrough in the field of generative AI. With its unprecedented size and efficiency, the model has the potential to revolutionize the way we interact with AI systems and the way we create and consume content.
No word on availability but Intel definitely has the horsepower to build a solid AI model, especially given their ability to spin up hardware faster than any other company.