On 25th September, Huawei launched the AI computing power network White Paper 2.0 defining its evolution. Huawei, Pengcheng Laboratory, CITIC (China Institute of Science and Technology Information), and AITISA (New Generation Artificial Intelligence Technology Innovation Strategic Alliance) jointly released this white paper.
As per the information, this white paper is jointly formed by 21 cities across the mainland including Shenzhen, Wuhan, Xi’an, Chengdu, Beijing, and Shanghai. Through the AI computing power network the cities enable the big data models.
In addition, the world’s first three-modal big model Zidong, Taichu, and the bioinformatics research platform Pengcheng also debuted at the conference. It’ll further accelerate the development of the AI industry.
Huawei AI Computing Power Network White Paper 2.0:
This white paper mainly explains the journey of AI computing power networks from AI computing centers. Besides, the various AI centers have a dynamic connection to recognize the real-time state of computing power resources. Moreover, it mainly highlights three points including
- Convergence of computing power
- Data aggregation
- Ecological convergence
The representatives of 21 cities vow to support the efficient interaction, credible flow of models, data, and applications between regions. Furthermore, it’ll allow all regions to share resources, promote AI technology ecology development, accelerate new scientific discoveries, new application scenarios, and discover new industrial directions.