Developments in AI and machine learning are accelerating every day, but just how fast?
Moore’s Law is the principle that the speed and capability of computers can be expected to double every two years. In economic terms, this means that at a constant dollar, your compute capacity will double about every 18 to 24 months.
But in the age of AI, Moore’s Law itself might become obsolete. In fact, machine learning makes it possible for computational capacity to grow up to 16x over the same two years.
Yes, AI is moving that fast.
In light of these developments, I sat down with Nicolas Chapados, VP of research for ServiceNow’s advanced technology group, to discuss current AI-driven language modeling and image generation trends—before they become old news.
Read the complete article here