Artificial Intelligence (AI) models can now autonomously create smaller AI systems without human intervention, marking a groundbreaking development in the field. Larger AI models, exemplified by those powering ChatGPT, can generate specialised AI applications for real-world applications. This collaborative project involves Aizip Inc., MIT, and several University of California campuses. The specialised models show promise in enhancing hearing aids, monitoring oil pipelines, and tracking endangered species. This advancement represents a crucial step toward self-evolving AI, where larger models contribute to the design and improvement of smaller models, fostering a collaborative intelligence ecosystem.
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