The pace at which AI chatbots are advancing exceeds that of computer chips.

The development of large language models (LLMs), which power AI chatbots, is progressing so rapidly that within eight months, a model requires only half the computing power to achieve the same benchmark score. This rate of improvement outpaces the typical advancement of computer chips, indicating that AI model developers are becoming more adept at achieving greater efficiency and intelligence, surpassing the trajectory of Moore’s law, which measures the rate of improvement in computer hardware performance.

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