State-subsidized Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) company Ifleetech recently announced the launch of “Spark Model”, an AI system designed to compete directly with OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
The launch took place at a technology event in Hefei called “Spark Desk” and featured a full demonstration of the new system’s capabilities.
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Bing Translate, as translated by Liu Qingfeng, Founder and President of InFlyTech Said Attendees at the event said that the Spark model – also known as the “cognitive big model” – represented the “dawn of general artificial intelligence”.
While there is no scientific consensus on general artificial intelligence (also known as artificial general intelligence or AGI) is also possible using current machine learning techniques, the billionaire tech mogul offered a timeline for ChatGPT’s comparison and update:
“This year, we will continue to upgrade the larger model, and on October 10th we will cross over to ChatGPT in Chinese.” [language] and reach the same level of English.
Details about the technology underlying the Spark model are scarce at the time of this article’s publication, but company president Liu Qingfeng described the AI’s capabilities as “far beyond the existing system” that can be measured in China.
It can be difficult to make direct comparisons between ChatGPT and similar models without side-by-side benchmarking. OpenAI not only keeps training details and other proprietary information secret, but so does ChatGPT banned in China – a fact that limits OpenAI’s ability to train its models on Chinese languages and culture.
ChatGPT is currently banned in China It has been told as a potential suffocator. Especially when compared to Hong Kong, a city designated as a special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China, where there is no population-wide ban on the use of technologies such as ChatGPT and cryptocurrency.
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In Hong Kong and throughout the West, ChatGPT has rapidly become popular Ability to generate code among cryptocurrency users and companies and as an underlying technology for development advanced trading bot and portfolio analysis.
If the proposed upgrade to the Spark model enables InFlytech to gain a foothold on OpenAI and ChatGPT, it will not only represent a monumental moment in the technology (ChatGPT is widely considered to be among the most powerful of today’s generative AI systems) Rather it will also be done in a relatively short time.
According to Liu Qingfeng, the company’s research arm started work on the Spark model six months ago on December 22, 2022. In comparison, OpenAI started evolve The precursor to its GPT products in 2015. ChatGPT was not launched until November 30, 2022.