Meta works on its own processor for artificial intelligence

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Artificial intelligences like ChatGPT have revolutionized all kinds of sectors. And Meta doesn’t want to be left behind, which is why its R&D division is already developing its first custom chip for AI. In this way, the company founded by Mark Zuckerberg wants its own processor capable of running AI models such as ChatGPT, as reported by The Verge. We know that Meta has been interested in this type of project for some time. The company’s own CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, said he sees “an opportunity to introduce AI agents to billions of people in ways that will be useful and meaningful,” so it makes sense that he would want his own processor. Meta’s next target? Create your own artificial intelligence The new processor on which Meta works will help a future artificial intelligence of the company, in the purest ChatGPT style. In addition, this type of AIs have a great future, so the company founded by Mark Zuckerberg does not want to be left behind in a new market that is taking its first steps. Meta’s new MTIA chip, which stands for Meta Training and Inference Accelerator, is its “family of custom, in-house accelerator chips that target inference workloads,” said Santosh Janardhan, vice president and head of infrastructure at Meta. . This new CPU offers greater power and efficiency when it comes to performing workloads with artificial intelligence. With this, Janardhan said, Meta believes “we will deliver better performance, lower latency and higher efficiency for every workload.” Yes indeed. the new MTIA is taking its first steps, so surely it will not see the light of day until 2025, so there is still a long way to go. In the meantime, another division is most likely already working on an AI of its own for Meta. Imagine the game that can give a kind of ChatGPT integrated into social networks such as Facebook or Instagram, being able to ask all kinds of questions, to schedule the next publications, to give us ideas. And the mass of clients that Meta’s main social networks have, can be the perfect guinea pig to train your own ChatGPT. This is mere speculation, but considering that they are already developing their own artificial intelligence chip, it makes all the sense in the world that they take advantage of it to train a new AI for Facebook and Instagram. >

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