Nvidia will be open to leasing the artificial intelligence supercomputers used to develop ChatGPT-like tech to Chinese customers, the US chipmaking giant’s founder told Yicai Global.
Low computing power has been identified by market insiders as a major obstacle holding back China’s ChatGPT-like bot developers. The news comes after Nvidia revealed it has developed specially tailored Ampere and Hopper chips for China, which is affected by a US ban on the export of graphic processing units.
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- By Sean O’Meara
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