A few years ago, AI was something for big tech companies, not regular people. But since last year, chatbots started to trend, and suddenly everyone is interested. It's the same for Huawei, which is set to unveil its rival to ChatGPT by next month.
According to Huawei Central, Huawei will launch a "Pangu Chat" at the Huawei Developer Conference on 7 July 2023. Pangu Chat is a large-scale machine learning platform that can output at least 1.085 trillion parameters, making it the equivalent of OpenAI's GPT-4 large language multimodal. This means it can not only accept text but also image inputs.
Pangu Chat models are mostly for non-consumer usage
Huawei is said to have developed the platform using the MindSpore framework, allowing it to generate dialogues at a level equal to GPT-3.5. At release, the platform will offer an NLP large model, a CV large model, and a scientific computing large model. Also, the platform's target customers are governments and enterprise businesses.
The Pangu chat is unlikely to see use at the consumer level, but could Huawei make it available on its mobile devices in the future? What kind of AI implementation can we expect? Share your thoughts in the comments and stay tuned to TechNave for more news like this.