Nvidia’s dominance in AI chips deters funding for startups

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By Max A. Cherney (Reuters) – Nvidia’s supremacy in building computer chips for artificial intelligence has chilled venture funding for would-be rivals, investors said, with the number of U.S. deals this quarter falling 80% from a year ago. The Santa Clara, California company dominates the market for chips that work with massive amounts of language data. Generative AI models get incrementally smarter through exposure to more data, a process called training. As Nvidia has grown stronger in this area, the harder it has become for companies attempting to build competing chips. Seeing these startu…

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