Lablup Unveils GenAI Application Integration Platform "GenAI Desktop" at CES
AI research and development platform company Lablup announced that will participate in the world's largest consumer electronics and IT trade show, CES 2024, in Las Vegas, USA. on January 9.
At the exhibition, Lablup will unveil "GenAI Desktop," a generative AI application integration platform for general users, and will introduce a demonstration of using generative AI applications directly from anywhere. "GenAI Desktop" is a platform that allows applications that utilize AI models to run like desktop apps anywhere, and is characterized by the fact that users can select and run the services they need like an app, without having to have detailed knowledge of AI operations. One of GenAI Desktop's native apps, "Talkativot," which allows users to fine-tune large language models that are the hottest theme around the world and use them as chatbots. It will be demonstrated at Lablup's booth (#63301-51).
Lablup will also demonstrate Backend.AI FastTrack, an MLOps platform that simplifies and automates generative AI development as a B2B solution for enterprises and research labs. FastTrack quickly and effectively manages every step of the pipeline, from analyzing, classifying, and processing the data that makes up an AI project to training, evaluating, and deploying services. It makes all AI tasks replicable and sharable, so repeated processes can be easily reused or shared. Backend.AI FastTrack, evolved for the era of generative AI, is also available at the booth for running AI services at scale on GPU hyperscaler clouds.
Lablup, which is participating in CES for the second consecutive year, has been invited to participate in the K-Tech Forum@CES 2024 Korea pavilion, organized by KOTRA, as a startup panelist in the field of AI, and will share its experience in collaborating with global companies such as NVIDIA, PureStorage, NetApp, and Dell as technology partners and exporting to the UK and Brazil.
"Lablup has been constantly thinking and innovating on different ways to make AI easy, safe, and convenient for the world to use," said Jeongkyu Shin, CEO of Lablup. "This CES will be the beginning of introducing our solution to the world wide public on how to use AI in a friendly way." He added.