OpenAI Joins Microsoft on the Cloud’s Next Big Front: Chips

OpenAI co-chairman Sam Altman and Microsoft AI and research chief Harry Shum. Brian SmaleTo build OpenAI—a new artificial intelligence lab that seeks to openly share its research with the world at large—Elon Musk and Sam Altman recruited several top researchers from inside Google and Facebook. But if this unusual project is going to push AI research to new heights, it will need more than talent. It will needs enormous amounts of computing power. Google and Facebook have the resources needed to build the massive computing clusters that drive modern AI research, including vast networks of machines packed with GPU processors and other specialized chips. Google has even gone so far as to build its own AI processor. But although OpenAI says it’s backed by more than a billion dollars in…

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