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Intel strives to 'change the tide' on Nvidia-TSMC duo in AI

2017 product lineup will be a difference-maker, senior Intel exec says

Intel Vice President Raejeanne B. Skillern says her company's AI chip products for 2017 will make it more competitive. (Photo by Cheng Ting-Fang)

TAIPEI -- Intel, the world's largest semiconductor company, aims to gain the upper hand in the budding field of artificial intelligence with a new lineup of chip products in 2017, a senior executive said.

Vice President Raejeanne B. Skillern's comments came as Intel's main rival in the AI chip market, Nvidia, is working with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. on chip products that can handle massive amounts of video, images and voice recognition tasks.

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