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Nvidia AI Question

So I have a fairly complex question, and I honestly don't even know where to start. So what brought this about was seeing ads for the Nvidia Nano Jetson among their other like products. I did some research and was learning a little about what it does but it opened up this wormhole of questions and I am having a hard time finding answers.

 

So lets say, hypothetically, I wanted to create my own Jarvis (within reason of course) or something like my own siri. Would this Nvidia tool be something I would utilize for that, and if so would I integrate it into my own pc or is it a standalone product? OR would this be possible with my own PC using software, I currently have an RTX 3080 graphics card. 

 

Also, is this similar to creating BOTS. I follow a page on facebook called bots of new york where these bots make their own posts and generated images. I also remember seeing posts about people making these bots watch movies and creating their own scripts. 

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If your just learning or testing, id just do all the setup on your desktop, your 3080 is much faster for most workloads.

 

Those socs are made for when you need small form factor low power ai inferencing, you will need to do training first, and this is normally done on desktops or servers.

 

Also products like Siri have large teams making it with huge amounts of data, your not making something like that on your own.

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4 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

If your just learning or testing, id just do all the setup on your desktop, your 3080 is much faster for most workloads.

 

Those socs are made for when you need small form factor low power ai inferencing, you will need to do training first, and this is normally done on desktops or servers.

 

Also products like Siri have large teams making it with huge amounts of data, your not making something like that on your own.

Thanks for the fast response. Your answer does clear up most of the questions I had. So the Nvidia Jetson is more comparable to a raspberry pie. Nothing makes the product specifically better at AI programs compared to my PC. I'm definitely not attempting creating my own Siri, my question was more out of curiosity and I needed an example. 

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8 minutes ago, AcidStopSign said:

Nothing makes the product specifically better at AI programs compared to my PC.

No, the point is that it's better at AI than something like a raspberry pi or other SBC without hardware AI acceleration. That's what it goes against, not a full fledged PC.

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6 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

No, the point is that it's better at AI than something like a raspberry pi or other SBC without hardware AI acceleration.

Awesome, thanks for clearing that up for me!

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