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Intel enters AI-powered PC race with its first EUV-made chip

Top U.S. chipmaker takes critical step in battle against TSMC and Samsung

American chipmaker Intel is seeking to reenergize the U.S. personal computer market with its artificial intelligence-equipped chipset.   © Reuters

PENANG/TAIPEI -- Intel on Tuesday unveiled its first AI-equipped chipset for personal computers as the U.S. chipmaker seeks to reenergize the PC market and regain its lead in the global semiconductor industry.

Intel said this is the first time it has created a dedicated neural processing unit -- or NPU -- to be used with its central computing and graphic processors in order to handle AI workloads on PCs and other end-user devices.

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