Generative AI for Windows PCs, could it be?

Nvidia and Microsoft work together to optimize their technology so developers can train and deploy advanced AI models on Windows 11 PCs and workstations.

Karen Moltenbrey

Nvidia and Microsoft have been working separately and together to deliver generative AI for Windows PCs, so developers can easily train and deploy advanced AI models on Windows 11. The companies foresee AI coming soon to nearly every Windows application, necessitating efficient inference performance on PCs and laptops. A year ago, it was doubtful for many to envision AI becoming the tech topic both within the technology industry and in the public realm. For the few who did, it’s highly unlikely they could fathom a person working at home on a laptop or PC able to train and deploy generative

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