Up until now, most AI development has been fueled by the availability of data and computing bandwidth to train and develop AI models. While this has been sufficient for most basic AI functions, this technology has far greater potential to evolve every aspect of our daily lives. The semiconductor industry is key to unlocking this full potential, where semiconductor manufacturers have the opportunity to play a leading role in driving this next wave of computing in an economical way.
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