Over the past few weeks, there has been a significant announcement in the world of AI happening every day The latest, from today, is the announcement of Groq (not to be confused with the name given to the chatbot for X AI): GroqA GroqLabs AI Language InterfaceGroqChat The inference speeds
I believe it will take several years to see the current power of the models already available today, in commercial settings. And I believe we'll see products being built in order, matching the phases below. Why is this an important point to consider? Because the nature of the
The most compelling AI-first companies will find a clear flywheel: a good product begets users begets more data, easing research complexity to build stronger generalized models which begets great products. — Suhail (@Suhail) January 28, 2023 I've written before about flywheels more generally within digital products and the building
2022 brought with it a lot of new advances to the accessible capabilities of artificial intelligence. Following on from that, I believe that 2023 will be the year that artificial intelligence finds much more mainstream adoption, as products are built on top of the infrastructure itself, for specific use cases.
Two days ago, ChatGPT was released by OpenAI. It's built for conversational interaction, trained on GPT3.5. Here is a collection of the best examples I've seen so far.