Photo/Zheng Yuhang (NBD)

NO.1 AI upstart Mistral releases flagship large model

On Monday night (February 26), Mistral AI, a European AI leader founded less than a year ago, released its latest large model, Mistral Large, and launched its first chatbot product, Le Chat. In addition, the company announced a deeper cooperation agreement with Microsoft. The announcement said that Microsoft will provide Mistral AI with computing power and cloud service customers, and will also hold a "small share" of the company's equity.

Commentary: Microsoft will bring more resources and market opportunities to the start-up company Mistral AI, while also increasing Microsoft's own competitiveness in the field of artificial intelligence.

NO.2 Qualcomm launches first AI-optimized Wi-Fi 7 system

Qualcomm announced the launch of the FastConnect 7900 mobile connectivity system, the industry's first solution to support AI-optimized performance and integrate Wi-Fi 7, Bluetooth and ultra-wideband technology in a single chip. It is manufactured using a 6nm process and supports seamless experiences for applications such as digital keys, object finding and indoor navigation.

Commentary: Qualcomm is one of the leaders in global wireless communication technology. Its launch of a new mobile connectivity solution will help Qualcomm maintain its leading position in the market.

NO.3 Samsung launches industry's largest capacity HBM

South Korean semiconductor giant Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday (February 27) that it has developed the industry's largest-capacity high-bandwidth memory (HBM) product to date. The latest HBM3E 12H product stacks HBM3E DRAM chips up to 12 layers, making it the largest HBM product to date. The new product offers a maximum bandwidth of up to 1280 gigabytes per second, and also offers an industry-leading 36GB capacity, which is more than 50% higher in both performance and capacity than the 8-layer stacked HBM3 8H.

Commentary: Samsung Electronics is a giant in the semiconductor industry. Its HBM3E 12H product can meet the needs of high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, cloud computing and other fields, and brings new challenges and opportunities to the entire semiconductor industry.

NO.4 Meta's first AR glasses expected to be released this fall

According to foreign media reports, Meta has been working on AR glasses for many years. The result - an internal project codenamed "Orion" - may be showcased at the company's annual Connect developer conference, meaning its first AR glasses are expected to be released this fall. A source said that the AR glasses will not be sold to the public after they are released, and a small number of employees have already started testing the product.

Commentary: Meta's first AR glasses are a product that the public has been looking forward to for a long time, but it is expected that some testing and improvements will still be needed before they can be officially released this fall.

NO.5 Google releases interactive world model

Google researchers have released a new 11 billion-parameter AI model that can generate an interactive world from a single image. The generated world is "actionable" and users can move through it frame by frame. Google defines the model as "a new paradigm for generative AI" and names it Genie (short for generative interactive environments). Google claims that Genie opens the era of "image/text generation of interactive worlds" and will also be a catalyst for the realization of general AI Agent.

Commentary: Google's new model opens up new areas for the development and application of artificial intelligence, and also brings more creativity and imagination to users.

Disclaimer: The content and data in this article are for reference only and do not constitute investment advice. Please verify before using.

Editor: Alexander