The coming year is expected to include an explosion in new AI technologies.
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AMD estimated there was a $45 billion market for its data center artificial intelligence processors this year as it launched a new generation of AI chips on Wednesday. The total addressable market forecast is up from AMD's $30 billion estimate in June. Advanced Micro Devices announced two new AI data center chips from its MI300 lineup: one focused on generative AI applications, and a second chip geared toward supercomputers.