so they’ve had more opportunities to conduct high-quality research and more resources/people to capitalize on the recent explosion of AI.
Open AI is a non-profit organization that benefited from DeepMind‘s success
and created open-source technology that developers from all over the world can use.
Furthermore, while both are directly and indirectly related,
it appears that DeepMind is more interested in “solving intelligence” (as stated in their mission statement),
whereas Open AI is trying to democratize Artificial Intelligence and allow for the safe, yet effective, famous development of generalized AI.
Has Open AI Surpassed DeepMind?
The media is all over open Ai’s GPT-3. Because of its practical application, many analysts are comparing it to AGI. GPT-3, which was first revealed in a research paper in May, is the next version of GPT-2 and is 100x larger.
which is 175 billion for GPT-3 versus 1.5 billion for GPT-2.
DeepMind is one such company, as well as a close competitor of Open AI. The big question is whether Open AI has now surpassed DeepMind, which rose to prominence in 2016 when it
Success of AlphaFold program could have huge impact on global problems such as famine and disease
In November 2020, the AI group DeepMind announced it had developed a program called AlphaFold that could rapidly predict this information using an algorithm. Since then, it has been crunching through the genetic codes of every organism that has had its genome sequenced, and predicting the structures of the hundreds of millions of proteins they collectively contain.
Last year, DeepMind published the protein structures for 20 species – including nearly all 20,000 proteins expressed by humans – on an open database. Now it has finished the job, and released predicted structures for more than 200m proteins.
“Essentially, you can think of it as covering the entire protein universe. It includes predictive structures for plants, bacteria, animals, and many other organisms, opening up huge new opportunities for AlphaFold to have an impact on important issues, such as sustainability, food insecurity, and neglected diseases,” said Demis Hassabis, DeepMind’s founder and chief executive.