Recently, Meta moderation they are about to launch supercomputer “AI Research SuperCluster” around the middle of this year and claim it will have the fastest speed in the world.
Meta claims the world’s fastest Metaverse AI supercomputer
In October last year, Facebook was renamed Meta as an affirmation of the company’s ambitions and new strategies for the future.
Recently, Metaverse has been mentioned more and more. In simple terms, this concept refers to a virtual space where people can work, play and socialize – often using virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies. ).
Recently, Meta announced that they are developing a new artificial intelligence (AI) “Research SuperCluster” (RSC) aimed at “paving the way” for the construction of Metaverse.
According to a blog post, the social media giant believes that the RSC is already one of the fastest supercomputers in the world and will take the top spot when it’s fully operational by mid-2022.
“Developing the next generation of advanced AI will require powerful new computers capable of doing 5 times per second.”
“Ultimately, the work done with RSC will pave the way towards building technologies for the next big computing platform – the metaverse, where AI-driven products and applications will play an important role. important.”
In a January 25, 2022 post on Meta, CEO Mark Zuckerberg writes:
“The experiences we’re building for the metaverse require massive computing power (masses of math per second!) and RSC will enable new AI models that can learn from trillions of examples, understand hundreds of languages and more.”
The device can meet the need to work with hundreds of different languages to develop “advanced AI” for computer vision, natural language processing and speech recognition.
“We hope RSC will help us build entirely new AI systems that can, for example, provide real-time voice translation for multiple groups of people, each speaking a different language, so they can seamlessly collaborate on a research project or play an AR game. together.”
Currently, Meta has not revealed any more specific information about the installation location and future development plans of the device.
Infrastructure requirements for the development of Metaverse
Decentralized finance analyst Camilla Russo compared Meta’s new machine to the Ethereum network, which is seen by some in the industry as a global “supercomputer”.
In addition, Intel’s Vice President of Graphics and Accelerated Computing Systems, Raja Koduri, said that existing compute infrastructure would need to improve thousands of times to power Metaverse. As can be seen, Metaverse really requires a high-end engine, which requires improvement in processing speed.
Specifically, sharing with Quartz, Koduri commented that:
“You need access to petaflop [một nghìn teraflop] in less than a millisecond, under 10 milliseconds for real-time use.
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