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Is it difficult to develop your own CPU? Robin Li: it's too expensive to buy other people's chips. We'll get it done with 20,000 yuan.

via:快科技     time:2023/3/19 17:03:56     readed:73

Baidu founder Robin Li saidBaidu has been doing the Kunlun chip for 10 years, because it was too expensive to buy the chip at the beginning of the search. For 20,000 US dollars a piece, you can do it yourself for 20,000 RMB. Today, Kunlun chip can respond to a trillion times of deep voice matching and understanding every day.

After ldquo; 's press conference yesterday, many people asked why you didn't go to demo on the spot. Would you like to demo everyone at the scene in Abuli today?? My team asked me to demo on the spot. But the total time is only 15 minutes, because a lot of invitation codes have been sent out, so you can try it yourself, rdquo;, he said.

Why do so many people care about Wen Xin? Li Yanhong said that the technology behind it is called ldquo; Natural language understanding & rdquo;, means that computers have a very good ability to understand people's natural language, the ability to express its meaning very well and clearly, and a very good ability of logical reasoning.

& ldquo; when you think about it, when a machine has the ability to understand, express, and recommend, does it look like a human being? Very similar, isn't it? Of course, machines also have the advantages of machines, such as memory and computing power are far better than people & rdquo;.

Li Yanhong said that Baidu desperately to expand the scale of self-driving, in fact, is also for feedback. Only when there are enough ldquo; can you encounter technical problems that others can't encounter. Only when you encounter these problems can you solve them. Solving these problems leads to innovation & rdquo;.

自研CPU很难吗?李彦宏:买别人芯片太贵 我们2万元就做下来

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