To the delight of tech enthusiasts around the globe, Microsoft has introduced two new chips at its recent Ignite conference, signaling its entry into the competitive landscape of specialized processors. The Maia 100 artificial intelligence chip is positioned to compete with Nvidia’s highly sought-after AI graphics processing units, while the Cobalt 100 Arm chip aims to rival Intel processors for general computing tasks.
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