What it means for AI


At Intel’s (INTC) AI Everywhere event this week, the semiconductor company unveiled the fifth generation of its Xeon chips to compete with rivals in the artificial intelligence space.

Intel Corporate Vice President and Xeon Products General Manager Lisa Spelman sat down with Yahoo Finance Tech Editor Dan Howley to discuss the capabilities of this new wave of AI chip offerings.

“We really focused on increasing the AI performance in this generation, and building that foundation layer, and the other area is in improving the performance per watt. So we’ve increased the performance, increased the cores, increased the memory — all of that at the same thermal envelope, we call it, and that means customers are able to get better sustainability,” Spelman explains.

Spelman goes on to elaborate how generative AI models are expected to learn and grow with this new line of tech and semiconductor chips.

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