Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger unveiled the next era of personal computers: the generation of artificial intelligence PCs
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger recently announced a new era of personal computing at an innovation conference in San Jose. In his keynote, Gelsinger emphasized the importance of running large language models and other machine learning workloads locally on users' own PCs. He highlighted the transformative power of AI and its ability to transform productivity and creativity in various fields.
Gelsinger acknowledged the contributions of AI leaders such as OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott, and Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang. While these companies' work in high-end AI is impressive, Gelsinger believes the real opportunity lies in getting users to run these models on personal computers and bring them to the masses.
As Gelsinger says, the success of the so-called AI PC generation depends largely on the development of killer apps. To demonstrate the capabilities of Intel hardware, Gelsinger demonstrated various AI-enhanced applications running on the company's OpenVINO inference platform. These demos include plugins for popular open source software such as Audacity and GIMP, showcasing image and music generation capabilities.
Most of the demos focused on Intel's upcoming 7nm Core Ultra processor, codenamed Meteor Lake. These processors feature a multi-chip architecture that combines Intel CPUs with GPUs manufactured by TSMC. In addition, they integrate a neural processing engine derived from Intel's Movidius vision processing unit. #人工智能行业应用#