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Baidu CEO Announces Release of Over 70 AI Language Models in China

Updated: Jan 8

Baidu Inc CEO Robin Li revealed that more than 70 large artificial intelligence (AI) language models, each with over 1 billion parameters, have been released in China.

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Credits: Reuters

Li made this announcement during an industry event in Beijing. Baidu joins other Chinese companies, including SenseTime, Baichuan Intelligent Technology, Zhipu AI and MiniMax, in launching AI chatbots after receiving regulatory approval for mass market releases.


Li also shared that Baidu's latest version of its AI chatbot, Ernie 3.5, has a processing speed twice as fast as the previous version and a 50% improvement in efficiency. He further mentioned that Baidu has plans to launch a new version in the near future.


This move by Baidu highlights the growing presence and advancements in AI technology in China. The release of these large AI language models demonstrates the company's commitment to innovation and its efforts to enhance the capabilities of its chatbot technology.

 
  • Baidu Inc CEO Robin Li announced the release of over 70 large AI language models in China.

  • These models have over 1 billion parameters and are aimed at improving Baidu's chatbot technology.

  • Baidu joins other Chinese companies in launching AI chatbots after receiving regulatory approval.

Source: Reuters

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