AI Model 1000 Times More Powerful Will Happen! – Founder of Cardano


"Pergh is not ordinary, I hope the prediction comes true."

Cardano (ADA) founder Charles Hoskinson who expects enhanced computational capabilities in 2030 has predicted standard gaming PCs will run AI models 1,000 times more powerful than its leader Mixtral.

Admittedly the predictions come from hardware training and high-performance models, but the database itself requires a powerful CPU to run, Hoskinson said on his X social media account.

The current landscape requires massive amounts of processing power to understand and operate something like Mixtral, so Hoskinson's vision is to make complex computing thrive and give the public the opportunity to have better access.

It can also be expected that such a transition will trigger the “democratization of AI applications”*, where it becomes the privilege of a few people who own very sophisticated computers.

*Diffusion of AI development to a wider user base including those with no specific knowledge of AI.

Hoskinson's interest in AI is not new as he anticipates an emerging open-source performance-drive model that will run locally on personal devices and then adapt to user data.

The action will be handled locally using individual user information as its basis and the intermediary shows a new dimension of how business works that sees the most advanced form of personalization including efficiency.

As of this writing, the price of ADA has risen by 8.54% to $0.64 in the last 24 hours with a market capitalization of over $22 billion but still recorded a 15.4% decline over the last week.