Tesla's Bold move into AI: Partnering with AMD and Investing Heavily in Nvidia

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By: Aquib Nawab


Tesla CEO Elon Musk says they're changing how they use AI. They're going to buy computer chips from AMD and spend more than $500 million on Nvidia hardware.


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Elon Musk recently told everyone about Tesla's plans to get better at artificial intelligence. They're teaming up with AMD to get computer chips and spending a lot of money on Nvidia's stuff.

Tesla's Announcement

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What Happened

Tesla was in the news for spending $500 million on a supercomputer called Dojo in New York. Elon Musk confirmed this and said they're also buying hardware from Nvidia and others.

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Tesla plans to use a lot of money, $500 million, for Nvidia's tech and will also buy chips from AMD. This is a new step for Tesla in AI and computer parts.

The Investment Details

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Elon Musk says AI is very competitive and to keep up, you need to spend a lot of money, like several billion dollars a year. Tesla is spending a lot in this area.

Elon Musk's Vision

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Why It Matters

These big spends on AI and tech are important, as Musk said in a meeting about Tesla's money. He talked about using both Nvidia and their own Dojo, which is risky but could be great.

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Tesla's plan is to use Nvidia's tech and also their own Dojo program. This is a bit risky but could lead to big wins in making their AI better.

The Dual Path Strategy

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Tesla made a special chip called Dojo to help train their self-driving cars. This chip is a big part of how Tesla wants to improve their AI.

The Dojo Chip

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Musk's Candid Take

Elon Musk says the Dojo project is a bit of a gamble, but it could bring big rewards. It's not guaranteed to work, but it's exciting and worth trying.

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