Another word about Rabbit R1

by Dmitry Kirsanov 7. March 2024 14:07

It’s only weeks until a revolutionary gadget to be released, so for the sake of history, let’s join the pieces of information we have regarding this prototype device. I’m saying prototype, because it’s the first of a kind, and even if it will fail, the idea behind it is what makes it a piper of new industrial revolution.

Disclaimer: I’ll quote Rabbit team below, so when I say “we” it means “they”. All of this information is first-hand and is not my opinion. It’s not necessarily true, but what the Rabbit declares as truth. It’s here to compare with reality later, when first reviews will be published.

The most commonly used example is DoorDash, U.S. food delivery service. That’s because Rabbit representatives are quite hungry until their devices become popular, take over the market and allow them to dictate the rules.

The Rabbit device, priced at only two hundred dollars, is a surprisingly affordable piece of modern technology. What's even more surprising is that there are no subscription fees attached to it. Rabbit has confirmed that they have no plans to introduce any subscription fees, although this could potentially change in the future. The reason for this affordability is the efficiency of the large action model and the Rabbit OS, which are less expensive to run than you might think. Once you purchase the device, it's yours to use without any additional charges.

There seems to be some confusion about the difference between a large language model and a large action model. Many people assume that it's just a marketing term or a large language model with a few extra features. However, this is not the case. A large language model, based on the Transformers architecture, is excellent at predicting the next token in a series of tokens, or the next word in a sentence. But this wouldn't have worked well with the Rabbit application.

What Rabbit does is convert your natural language into the action you want to accomplish, and then performs that action on a hidden operating system. Imagine using your phone to order food from a restaurant via DoorDash. Rabbit does all of that for you, figuring out how to navigate through the interface. It doesn't connect to an API, which makes it more efficient and less costly to run, hence the lack of a subscription fee.

Jesse Liu, in a podcast, explained the difference between a large language model and a large action model. He clarified that Rabbit is not creating a large language model, which is based on Transformer and requires a significant amount of GPU on the cloud to train and get things right. Instead, Rabbit works with the best language models and small language models, and potentially open-source language models in the future. They continuously monitor the performance of these models and can switch between them as needed. This is how Rabbit OS works. More...


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AI job replacement: Another one bites the dust

by Dmitry Kirsanov 7. February 2024 21:08

Despite the frequent reassurances that artificial intelligence (AI) will not render our jobs redundant, there is a caveat that we must acknowledge. While AI is not going to disrupt every professional sphere, it is certainly on track to replace roles that were initially established as mundane, non-creative tasks, often performed merely to maintain status quo.

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Chasing the Artificial Intelligence Rainbow

by Dmitry Kirsanov 5. February 2024 02:58

A recent trend that sticks out like a sore thumb in the buzzing world of tech is the splashy, high-profile marketing of 'AI' laced devices. A galaxy of household name companies (pun intended), who ironically have made minimal contributions to real AI development, are selling nothing more than illusions wrapped in layers of hyped advertising and fad appeal.

Samsung Galaxy S24 case

Let's take the Samsung Galaxy S24 for instance. The successor to the S23, Samsung heralded it as its "first AI phone". Just to be clear, as its name suggests, the Galaxy S24 Ultra, and its siblings ain't exactly lemons. They're backed by Samsung, after all. Yet, a closer look reveals trickery and shortcuts they took to roll out their 'AI' capabilities.

Well, long story short: the 'AI' built into the S24 is about as useful as a battery-less flashlight. And yes, there are few free features, like the language translator during calls but rest assured, their generosity has an expiration date much like the contents of your fridge.

These “AI functions” support features you won’t need and don’t support what you might want. Hence this can be said about all AI functions: they are “there”, but you won’t use them because they won’t fit into your scenario or “aren’t there yet”. Aren’t, and won’t be, no matter how strong your faith is. More...


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The Silent Revolution of GameDev

by Dmitry Kirsanov 6. November 2023 06:47

Artificial Intelligence in gaming is becoming increasingly prevalent — not only within the bounds of NPC interactions and procedurally generated mapping. We are on the cusp of witnessing a revolution in gaming; a new dawn where AI's involvement extends to intricate plot twists and dynamic character dialogue. AI-driven content is more than just a glimpse into the future; it’s already here, subtly transforming our gaming experience. More...


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The AI Odyssey: A Voyage into Our Future

by Dmitry Kirsanov 31. October 2023 07:41

Ever since I strayed into the realm of space travel as a young child, all I had aspired to become was a missile designer. There was something compelling about the idea of devising mechanisms that could venture beyond Earth, piercing through the veil of the cosmos. Back then, my optimism was boundless, but time and experience have taught me that in the realm of technological innovation, ideas often hold more weight than ready-made solutions. More...


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Integration of AI into the human brain's "Language Model" as the Future of AI Development

by Dmitry Kirsanov 19. October 2023 00:37

Have you ever pondered the remarkable intricacies of the human brain? Comprising of a left and right hemisphere, the brain offers much insight into cognitive processes such as decision making, opinion formation, and, notably, language development. Surprisingly, a whole hemisphere can be surgically removed – a process known as hemispherectomy – without causing death. This fascinating degree of both independence and intercommunication in the brain potentially points to a striking parallel between human cognition and advanced machine learning, specifically language model AI systems like ChatGPT and Claude. More...


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