Sam Altman, the CEO, wants AI to get even faster. Altman wants to raise Billions for an AI Chip Network. There’s a problem with not having enough computer chips, but he’s not letting that stop him. He’s talking to investors and companies about starting a new business to make computer chips globally, aiming to get a lot of money, especially from the Middle East.
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Sam Altman and Pat Gelsinger would likely form a strong connection. Both are visionaries. Sam excels in raising billions for various AI ventures, while Pat possesses the capability to bring these visions to life through chip design and manufacturing.
Their collaboration has the potential to bring about a significant and positive disruption in the semiconductor industry. When considering Zuckerberg’s plans to build open-source AGI, this collaboration could further contribute to the advancement of artificial general intelligence.
What’s the Main Objective OF AI Chip Network Project?
The project aims to collaborate with leading chip manufacturers, and the network of fabs will have a worldwide presence. After the successful creation of OpenAI’s GPT Store, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman wants to gather billions from investors for a new AI Chip Network plan. He aims to create a global network of factories making computer chips, especially those designed for AI.
Details Of The Project
OpenAI’s Expensive Chip Manufacturing Plan
Manufacturing of chips is an expensive process that demands significant financial resources and extensive natural resources. The rising costs over the years are attributed to technological advancements, especially in chips used for artificial intelligence applications.
Notable firms like G42 based in Abu Dhabi and Japan’s SoftBank Group have had early talks with Altman, although a finalized list of partners and funders is yet to be established. The discussions with G42 alone were focused on raising $8 billion to $10 billion. Potential partners mentioned in the report include Intel, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC), and Samsung Electronics.
Altman, who returned to OpenAI in November after a temporary ouster, had been actively working on the chip project before and after his brief departure. Altman is in a hurry to make sure that not having enough chips doesn’t slow down progress in AI.
However, challenging established chip giants is a big task and may bring more attention to OpenAI’s activities, especially with new Middle East partnerships.