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Large models benchmarking ChatGPT to be built

By Yang Yang | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2023-02-14 12:33

OpenAI and ChatGPT logos are seen in this illustration taken, Feb 3, 2023. [Photo/Agencies]

Beijing will support leading companies in building large models to benchmark ChatGPT this year, The Beijing News reported on Tuesday.

An artificial intelligence security and technological ethical governance system will be explored to promote the development of Beijing as a source of AI innovation with global influence.

An open source framework and a common grand model of AI application ecology are also expected to be built as AI computing power infrastructure layout has been strengthened and AI basic data supply accelerated.

As of October 2022, Beijing had 1,048 artificial intelligence core enterprises, accounting for 29 percent of the total AI enterprises in China, ranking first in the country.

Beijing has obvious advantages in pursuing AI development on multiple fronts as the city has 60 percent of the country's core technical talents in the field of artificial intelligence.

Beijing also ranks first in China in AI computing power development and the city's capability to support AI development has been strengthening.

AI technology applications, such as digital people and intelligent people, were successfully implemented during the Beijing Winter Olympic Games, demonstrating the charm of the high-tech Winter Olympics.

Unmanned travel services have entered a new stage of the commercial pilot from demonstration operation in Beijing.

With the release of 36 smart factories and 47 digital workshops, the integration speed of artificial intelligence and intelligent manufacturing has been accelerated.

In order to take a leading role in building a highland of high-level artificial intelligence talents, Beijing is expected to introduce a mechanism to attract and cultivate elite talent and artificial intelligence compound talents.

Innovation and entrepreneurship of overseas leading talents will be further promoted in Beijing to activate the "source of vitality" driven by innovation, the report said.

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