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Nvidia’s will use AI to help design future GPUs


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During the GTC 2022 conference, Nvidia talked about using artificial intelligence and machine learning in order to make future graphics cards better than ever.

 

As the company chooses to prioritize AI and machine learning (ML), some of these advancements will already find their way into the upcoming next-gen Ada Lovelace GPUs.


 

Nvidia’s big plans for AI and ML in next-gen graphics cards were shared by Bill Dally, the company’s chief scientist and senior vice president of research. He talked about Nvidia’s research and development teams, how they utilize AI and machine learning (ML), and what this means for next-gen GPUs.

 

In short, using these technologies can only mean good things for Nvidia graphics cards. Dally discussed four major sections of GPU design, as well as the ways in which using AI and ML can drastically speed up GPU performance.

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Nvidia has talked about the use of machine learning and AI in upcoming graphics cards. It plans to use AI to increase the efficiency of next-gen GPUs.

 

An interesting step in the development of AI to have AI helping to create better working AI. One step closer to the singularity! 

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Yeah, It was creepy watching the GPT-3 AI in action 2 years ago, now GPT-4 is coming out and while scary it should be impressive. I see "This article has been computer generated" on MarketWatch often, or the article will just not list an author, as opposed to every article on the site written by people with their bio and photo on every story.

 

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On 23/04/2022 at 12:45, UltraMega said:
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Nvidia has talked about the use of machine learning and AI in upcoming graphics cards. It plans to use AI to increase the efficiency of next-gen GPUs.

 

An interesting step in the development of AI to have AI helping to create better working AI. One step closer to the singularity! 

This sounds like a "yo dawg" meme.

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