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OpenAI wants to make its own AI chips

Because ChatGPT needs $48.1B worth of GPUs to run

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Running ChatGPT is very expensive to run; if ChatGPT queries grow to a tenth the scale of Google search, it would require roughly $48.1 billion worth of GPUs initially and about $16 billion worth of chips a year to keep operational. And, as expected, the best option is to make these AI chips themselves. Rumor has it that they are considering buying a company that is already making AI chips.

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