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Generative artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming one of the most important technologies of our time. It is disrupting traditional methods of search, content creation and recommendation systems — offering significant enhancements in utility, productivity and entertainment with use cases across industries, from the commonplace to the creative. On-device generative AI brings many exciting advantages including cost, privacy, performance and personalization, just to name a few. And this puts generative AI at the center of your latest and greatest smartphone, personal computer, extended reality device, wearable — and even your next car.
That’s why we created AI on the Edge: Our weekly content series to bring you the most recent on-device AI insights from the eyes and ears of our most active subject matter experts on this dynamic, ever-expanding topic.
In this series, we explore everything from how we got here to the capabilities generative AI is enabling with sub-10 billion parameter models. Drawing on the knowledge of internal as well as external experts, we’ll examine why on-device generative AI is such a powerful tool for businesses and consumers alike. With this technology on the rise, it’s important to understand its present-day implications so you can develop products ahead of the curve.
Generative AI trends by the numbers: Costs, resources, parameters and more
Generative AI is having an unprecedented impact, with its applications growing from language understanding, content generation and world knowledge, to data augmentation, automation and the creation of entire metaverses.
As the processing requirements to run these models in the cloud increase exponentially, infrastructure and energy costs go up with them.
5 benefits of on-device generative AI
In this dynamic environment where generative AI is being integrated into our daily lives, the user experience is becoming even more advanced. On-device AI provides increased privacy, security, performance and personalization while lowering the required costs and energy consumption.
History of AI: How generative AI grew from early research
The history of AI is fascinating: From its earliest roots in research by Alan Turing and John McCarthy, AI has grown into a powerful force that is transforming industries and enhancing lives. Discover how we interact with this technology, what we mean by “AI,” as well as machine learning, neural networks and deep learning.
Democratizing on-device generative AI with sub-10 billion parameter models
As generative AI continues to advance, so do the possibilities for businesses to leverage it. By exploring how sub-10 billion parameter models are evolving over time and are capable of running on device, you can gain valuable insights into how best take advantage of this technology across a variety of industries and use cases.