Nvidia is on a roll! Yesterday, the company introduced a brand new graphics processor, the RTX 2000 Ada. Now the company has released an early version of a new application called Chat with RTX, and it’s very interesting for anyone who has the new Nvidia graphics card. This application allows your own computer to do the heavy lifting when it comes to working with artificial intelligence. You can upload YouTube videos and documents to it, and it will help you understand them right on your computer. And what’s the most interesting part? To get started, all you need is an Nvidia RTX 30-series or 40-series GPU.
Users only need an RTX 30 or 40 series GPU to start working with the local chatbot
This tool can save you a lot of time, especially if you have to dig through a lot of information. Imagine being able to quickly understand the gist of a video or find that needle in a haystack in a pile of documents. This is what Chat with RTX promises. It is very similar to other chatbots on the market, such as Google’s Gemini or OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
It’s not perfect. But when it works, it’s a great way to get right to what you’re interested in. Documents are where Chat with RTX really shines. It can work with PDFs and other files, pulling out the important parts almost instantly. This can make a big difference for anyone who has ever felt overwhelmed by the amount of literature they need to read for work or school.
It is worth noting that RTX chat is a bit like a work in progress. It requires a bit of patience to set it up, and it can eat up resources. In addition, some nuances still need to be finalized. For example, it doesn’t remember very well what you’ve asked before, so you have to start each question from scratch. But all of this will change quickly, as NVIDIA is at the forefront of the AI revolution we are all witnessing right now.