Intel and AMD are building AI into PCs. It doesn’t matter yet—but it will

The rise of consumer-focused artificial intelligence applications (like AI art and ChatGPT) was the most dynamic trend of 2022. But don’t get too excited quite yet — buying new laptops from AMD and Intel with AI functions built in aren’t worth you opening your wallet. Given the breakneck pace of AI development, though, they may very well be come next year’s CES. Here’s what’s going on. Deep within the confusing mishmash of processor architectures that make up AMD’s latest mobile Ryzen chips lies XDNA, the new AI hardware architecture that AMD is launching within the Ryzen Mobile 7040 Series as…

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