Recently, a number of Huawei patents have surfaced online, which show the company’s human-to-AI conversation system, similar to the current most popular AI reply software, ChatGPT.
ChatGPT is “an AI-powered chatbot developed by OpenAI, based on the GPT (Generative Pretrained Transformer) language model. It uses deep learning techniques to generate human-like responses to text inputs in a conversational manner.
Although, it’s not the first time Huawei has patented such technology but these two below-mentioned practices are the ones to construct software similar to ChatGPT. According to the information, these patents are described as a “man to computer conversation system”.
Let’s look into the details.
This patent technology is used to detect input behavior.
This application relates to artificial intelligence (AI) technology and provides a process for man-machine conversation. In work: the system acquires the first user sentence input by the user, wherein the first user sentence indicates the first user behavior.
In the case that the user has abnormal behavior, the dialog system can recognize but cannot execute, identify the reason why the abnormal behavior cannot be executed, and generate a first reply statement to reply to the abnormal behavior, wherein, the first reply sentence is used to prompt the reason why the first user behavior cannot be executed.
Or, if it cannot be recognized by the dialog system, the system will identify the user intention according to the first user sentence, and generate a reply to the abnormal behavior in the second reply sentence, wherein, the second reply sentence is used to prompt that the dialog system does not support the user’s intention. These behaviors are likely to be trained into the model ahead of use.
This patent showcase, how the AI-to-human response system would work. This patent technology includes a device and computer-readable storage medium for man and software conversation. Once activated, the software will analyze the preset text library in the model.
After receiving the input, it will look for the background information used to generate the response during the conversation. According to the input information and the background information, it will determine the response text corresponding to the asked question.
This will help the system to conduct a natural and smooth communication between the software and the user, and will also improve the user experience. Currently, we don’t have any input on the use case of any of these patents but who knows, what Huawei may be planning with such tech.
Huawei is an advance player in technology such as ChatGPT: Chief
ChatGPT is a raging storm on the internet and everyone is talking about this AI-powered instant reply software but Huawei says, it has long mastered such technology.
A person in charge of Huawei’s computing product section said that Huawei began to have a layout in the large model in 2020. In the following year, Huawei launched Pengcheng Pangu, which is a super-large model and the first of its kind in the industry.
This model can generate 100 billion levels of processes and can generate responses or understand Chinese natural language processing as well as speech recognition.
To be mentioned, Pangu NLP large model was the world’s largest Chinese language pre-training model with 100 billion parameters at that time. The sample tuning of the data improves the application performance of the model in the scenario.
Recently, two patents have surfaced on China’s intellectual property office, which reveal Huawei’s use of AI in instant reply software. However, we can say that Huawei has already applied a lot of AI software to human conversation technology, which was way ahead of ChatGPT. But Huawei has not revealed any plans to implement such tech in Huawei devices.
ChatGPT was launched as a prototype on November 30, 2022, and quickly garnered attention for its detailed responses and articulate answers across many domains of knowledge. Its uneven factual accuracy, however, was identified as a significant drawback. Following the release of ChatGPT, OpenAI’s valuation was estimated at US$29 billion.
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Xiaomi took 50 million Huawei smartphone users: President
After the events of the U.S. ban, Huawei had to reduce its capacity of building new smartphones, which result in low yield and sales, and now, Xiaomi claims that it took over 50 million of Huawei’s users.
During the Xiaomi Investment Day, Lu Weibing, President of Xiaomi Group said that Huawei has lost over 80 million smartphone users, of which, Xiaomi took over 50 million.
This is quite a big statement made by the head of the Chinese phone maker as Huawei was forced to leave the market due to the restrictions on manufacturing.
After not meeting the market requirements the share of Huawei’s smartphone market declined severely in both the Chinese and global markets. While other smartphone makers are the ones that got most of the benefits.
From the rest, Apple took over 20 million users and Honor grabbed 10 million, which accounts for an overall 80 million Huawei users.
According to the data revealed by Canalys, the global smartphone market ranked Samsung first and Apple second, which has increased by 22 percent and 19 percent respectively. While Xiaomi declined to 13 percent.
Aside from Apple and Samsung, other smartphone maker has declined. On this matter, Xiaomi’s president said that the decline in his firm is related to various reasons such as currency depreciation, chips from shortage to surplus, and intensified competition, the global mobile phone market will decline by 12% in 2022, of which the Chinese market will decline by 13%.
It was an opportunity for all of the smartphone companies with an open opportunity to grab Huawei’s market share and it fell directly into their lap without doing anything.
(via – CNMO)
Huawei help Turkey in Earthquake hit areas with communication supplies
Turkey is underway a massive rescue operation and Huawei has raised a hand of help for the country to overcome the earthquake that has taken the lives of thousands of innocent people. During this time, Huawei has provided components, generators, and mobile base stations to help eliminate communication issues in earthquake-affected areas.
On Monday, Turkey is hit by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake, destroying homes and leaving thousands wounded and homeless. As of today, over 17000 people had died in Turkey, surpassing the record of the last decade in the country. This earthquake has now made its place in the most deadly disasters of the century surpassing the 2011 tsunami in Japan.