ChatGPT designed a processor, and it has been successfully fabricated — demo video shows it powering a Christmas light show

The QTCore-C1 chip, created by NYU Tandon’s Research Assistant Professor Hammond Pearce using ChatGPT, has passed another major milestone. More accurately described as a co-processor, the “8-bit accumulator-based architecture which can act as a kind of predictable co-processor for the main Caravel core. It can do basic mathematical and logic operations, interact with several input/output lines as well as measure time with an internal counter, and can send and receive values and interrupt requests to the main processor,” explained Pearce.