Google’s anticipated Gemini AI model is poised to challenge OpenAI’s GPT-4, with claims of superior computing power. Researchers Dylan Patel and Daniel Nishball suggest that Google’s edge lies in its access to a vast array of top-tier chips. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman countered the analysis, hinting at a potential bias in the data supporting Gemini’s prowess. The core debate revolves around whether superior chips truly lead to better AI models. The term “GPU rich” versus “GPU poor” has emerged, highlighting the importance of advanced chips in AI training. Beyond computational power, the quality and breadth of training data play a … Continue reading Is Google’s Gemini the GPT-4 Slayer We’ve Been Unknowingly Waiting For?