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Nvidia releases 'world's most powerful chip' for AI

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The Blackwell B200 GPU, created by US tech giant Nvidia, significantly boosts AI training and processing speeds. This development could lead to breakthroughs in areas like the metaverse, manufacturing, robotics, and healthcare.

What Nvidia's new microchips mean for the world

AI relies on processing power in microchips, tiny silicon wafers with billions of transistors. These power many technologies, but growing AI demand strains energy resources.

Microchips are crucial for advancements but complex supply chains with global suppliers and Nvidia's reliance on one manufacturer raise concerns.

The future of AI and computing

While chip factories are diversifying locations, countries like China, Japan, and Germany are heavily investing in domestic chip production to secure their own supply chains.

Explore the resources offered by World Economic Forum on these evolving fields and the future of AI.

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