Now we all know about artificial intelligence computing and are probably bored with it. AI tools to increase productivity, Workplace AI subscription service, AI operating system.
AI bus, AI plant, etc. We all think we know it's the future, but even I don't know what it looks like, and that's my job.
Nevertheless, the druid's polling gartner's latest predictions suggest that AI PCs will account for 22% of all personal computers by 2024. I didn't even know AI PCs existed until I read about them 5 minutes ago.
Gartner predicts the future of AI
Ask a carnival fortune teller for answers, and it's clear that the definition of AI hardware is set. “AI PC” [are] Dedicated AI accelerators or cores, neural processing units (NPUs), accelerated processing units (APUs) or tensor processing unit (TPU), designed to optimize on-device AI tasks […] without relying on external servers or cloud services,'' the press release reads.
I strongly believe that the task of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) will be the bane of all our miserable lives. This is what I understand too. Generating text and images based on human prompts is commonly seen in OpenAI's ChatGPT and Google's Bard AI chatbots. you probably don't need to worry.
Gartner believes this technology is already in full swing. Galaxy AI on Samsung smartphones (Other poisoned chalices also available), AI-enabled mobile phones account for 22% of total “basic and premium” sales smartphone Shipping is in 2024.
What exactly is the future of AI PCs?
If you, too, feel deep shame and embarrassment over not being able to keep up with the new fad of doohickeys your kids are buzzing about, don't worry. Even the men in black suits and ties don't know it.
Lenovo may be developing an AI OS now, but register In October 2023, Luca Rossi, the president of the multinational devices group, said that it “did not” (could not) provide specific examples of tasks that the AI PCs manufactured by the company could perform faster than regular computing hardware. ).
What they do know is that AI is just following a trend and is nothing more than an arms race that has become a very small pond and other tortured metaphors. Ranjit Atwal, senior director analyst at Gartner, opts for diplomatic “ubiquity,” saying, “It will be difficult for vendors to differentiate themselves from competitors and create unique selling points to drive revenue growth.” It becomes difficult to do so.”
Most of that is corporate talk, but if you're looking for a scapegoat for AI PC, or AI in general, just like the PC sector's (ever-slightest) recovery in Q4 2023. , “Increase revenue” almost works. ) growth After eight years of steady decline. Hey there, you buzzword-obsessed consumer.