Faraday Future reveals Generative AI Product Stack

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California-based Faraday Future Intelligent Electric (FF) has launched its Generative AI Product Stack, a smart solution which will be integrated into the company’s FF 91 vehicle. Through the AI product stack, FF has integrated its foundational AI capabilities with advanced models including ChatGPT, GPT-4 and others from OpenAI and Microsoft.

“While there have been many advancements in AI over the years, recent developments in generative AI have broadened access to the benefits of AI,” explained Prashant Gulati, head of corporate strategy at Faraday Future.

“What used to take a lot of time, manpower and specialized skill can now be done in minutes. This is having a transformative impact on society and inspiring people to be more creative, build new things and solve new problems.”

Following the implementation of the Generative AI Product Stack, FF can scale to additional advanced generative AI models to deliver more capabilities and features for its customers.

“We have been investing in software, AI and human machine interaction for a long time and that places us in a unique position to utilize these advances in AI,” added Gulati. “To use generative AI in a car, you need a powerful computing platform, robust operating system, internet connectivity and suitable displays.

“Only the FF 91 has such an industry-leading computing platform, advanced operating system, ultra-high-speed internet connectivity, AI and natural language processing ability, with over 100in of displays, and a Generative AI Product Stack that will empower users to gradually utilize advanced generative models for a range of personalized applications in the vehicle – from complex text and voice queries, to image and video generation, stock analysis, live translations, search, entertainment, education, e-commerce, and more. The possibilities are limitless.”

Through future updates, FF will expand the use of safe and useful Generative AI applications. The company plans to release additional generative AI features at an upcoming launch event.

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