Bhavish Aggarwal Announces Improvement In Krutrim's Response Time To Milliseconds

Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal on Tuesday announced a significant breakthrough in improving Krutrim, his AI venture, notably reducing its “time to first ticket” (TTFT) from 22 seconds at launch to a swift 0.3 seconds.

What Happened: Aggarwal revealed this update on the social platform X, promising to elaborate on these advancements in a detailed blog post later in the week.

TTFT measures how quickly an AI model responds with its first word after receiving a prompt. Factors such as model complexity, the operating hardware, and the intricacy of the input prompt influence this speed, indicating the model’s efficiency.

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Aggarwal, who likes to keep his followers informed of Krutrim-related improvements, shared on Saturday that the AI model now hosts itself on its own cloud infrastructure, moving away from third-party providers like AWS or Azure. This shift is part of broader enhancements to both the model and its infrastructure.

Ola has also partnered with Intel, using its Gaudi 2 clusters to enhance Krutrim’s generative capabilities across ten languages, achieving leading price-performance ratios. Currently, Krutrim is developing a larger foundational model on this advanced Intel hardware, aiming to expand its AI functionalities further.

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