AI goes mainstream as ‘AI PCs’ hit the market

HP’s new AI-geared laptop runs on a SnapDragon X Elite chip, built by the California-based chip giant Qualcomm.

A new line of PCs specially made to run artificial intelligence programs hit stores on Tuesday as tech companies push toward wider adoption of ChatGPT-style AI.

Microsoft in May announced the new AI-powered personal computers, which will use the company’s software under the Copilot Plus brand.
The idea is to allow users to access AI capabilities on their devices without relying on the cloud, which requires more energy, takes more time, and makes the AI experience clunkier.
The PCs feature a neural …

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