By John BugailiskisLAS VEGAS – Intel executives took to the stage at CES on Monday to showcase new chips that it boasts will unlock the promise of the connected home and advance artificial intelligence, 5G wireless and autonomous driving.The chipmaker’s latest 5G and AI push is called Project Athena, an innovation program with new industry specifications for laptops.Intel also showcased its latest Intel Xeon chips, shipping now, with advanced AI and memory capabilities, and ninth gen Intel Core desktop products. In addition it announced new 10nm (very tiny transistors) products for PCs, servers and 5G wireless access base stations.Intel announced it’s also...
CES 2019: New chips from Intel to power AI, 5G, autonomous driving – and Comcast
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