AMD announced new artificial intelligence chips as it seeks to establish itself as a leader amid competition with the likes of Nvidia and Intel

.“AI is our number one priority and we’re at the beginning of an incredibly exciting time for the industry as AI transforms virtually every business, improves our quality of life, and reshapes every part of the computing market,” chair and CEO Lisa Su said during the Computex tech conference in Taipei.

During a keynote address, Su unveiled the Ryzen AI 300 series for next-generation AI laptops. The line could compete directly with Intel’s upcoming Lunar Lake and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X. And in partnership with Microsoft, these chips will power laptops equipped with the tech giant’s AI chatbot Copilot.

Su also revealed the new Ryzen 9000 series for desktops, calling them “the world’s fastest consumer PC processors” for gaming and content creation.

Both lines are expected to launch in July. This comes less than two months after AMD’s April announcement of new processors that can run AI workloads – the Ryzen Pro 8040 for laptops and the Ryzen Pro 8000 for desktops.

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