Microsoft has made headlines with its latest unveiling of the innovative multimodal AI-powered platform known as JARVIS.
The AI can connect and collaborate with multiple artificial intelligence models, such as ChatGPT and t5-base, to deliver a final result.
With a demo hosted on the popular AI platform Huggingface, users can now explore and test JARVIS’s extraordinary capabilities.
JARVIS is currently linked to as many as 20 different models, including t5-base, stable-diffusion 1.5, bert, Facebook’s bart-large-cnn, Intel’s dpt-large, and more.
This network of powerful models allows for an unparalleled level of collaboration between different AI systems, expanding the scope of tasks that can be accomplished.
While JARVIS has been tested multiple times and shown to perform exceptionally well, it requires significant resources, including at least 16GB of VRAM and around 300GB of storage space for various models. This means that JARVIS cannot be run locally on an average PC.
Currently, users cannot clone JARVIS on Huggingface under a free account and bypass the queue. To run the powerful model on an Nvidia A10G, a large GPU costing $3.15 per hour, users need to subscribe to Huggingface’s services.
Despite these limitations, Microsoft’s JARVIS project marks a significant step in the advancement of AI systems, bringing the power of multimodal AI capabilities and collaboration to the masses.
Its potential to revolutionize the way we interact with and utilize AI technology is undeniable, and its development will undoubtedly continue to push the boundaries of what is possible in the field of artificial intelligence.
If you’re interested in experiencing JARVIS’s capabilities firsthand, head over to Huggingface to try it out.
While it may not be feasible for everyday use just yet, the possibilities are endless for what this advanced AI system could accomplish in the near future.