ChatGPT's impact on the sensor industry
ChatGPT has been very popular recently, and we gave it a try. The AI robot is actually better than previous AI customer service in many ways, and ChatGPT has real thinking capability. We can call ChatGPT a true first generation AI robot. We believe that as his algorithm is optimized, as he gets upgraded, he will become more and more intelligent, and he will be intelligent enough to have independent thinking ability. Today's topic is to discuss with several industry leaders, is the impact of ChatGPT on the sensor industry, the first conclusion is that the sensor industry and ChatGPT will collide with a huge spark, sensor industry will bring profound changes because of ChatGPT. Here's an explanation of this idea.
1. The first big use of sensors today is in devices that have their own processing units, similar to CPU processing units, but these processing units are almost independent. For example, a sensor in a car, its data is transmitted to the central processing unit, which then sends instructions to the executive mechanism of the car. Or the CPU will put the sensor data on the dashboard display, and someone to operate. If there is a super AI that can pull all the data together and automatically tell the car to move based on a lot of data and clever algorithms, it's not sensors that need to be replaced, but people, and more sensors will be needed to feed ChatGPT the basic data.
2. At present, most sensors are located in a single individual like a single neuron. As ChatGPT needs basic data, these single neurons and a single individual need to be connected. Then, the sensor itself or the single device where the sensor is located should have remote transmission function. After these remote functions provide ChatGPT with a lot of basic data, ChatGPT gets a lot of data that doesn't lie.
3: Most sensors are currently upload-only, but if ChatGPT gets the sensor's data and wants to notify the sensor of some new Settings, then it needs to be sent. In fact, there are some such protocols, such as IO-Link, RS485, etc., but the proportion of these sensors with such protocols is too small. I think with the development of artificial intelligence, sensors with communication protocols will also increase in large numbers.
4: For those of us, opportunities and challenges coexist. The opportunity is that the intelligent sensor demand is increasingly high, the challenge is that the future sensor needs more complex design, at least with communication function, may also need other functions that we can't think of now.
5: A little expectation: we hope that our automation industry can have our own communication protocol, which will be all foreign agreements in the future. Some areas need the intervention of artificial intelligence, but it is very sensitive. Even with the general protocol, the data was obtained by ChatGPT.
To sum up, with the emergence of artificial intelligence such as ChatGPT, the sensor industry will have higher and higher requirements for functions and more and more applications, which is generally good news.