The ‘AI arms race’ is about more than who will lead the industry

The conversations around AI and sustainability have centered around two fronts, according to Lorenzo Thione, a managing director at Gaingels.
On the one hand, AI’s capabilities have grown rapidly, giving rise to new products and technologies that require enormous amounts of computational power and resources. That’s not quite sustainable.
But on the other hand, these advancements in AI and machine learning tech have widened the avenue for creating more architectures to sustain AI development. That, per Thione, is going to herald innovation.
Thione, like everyone these days, has lots of things to say about AI. However, he’s …