Intel has revealed a major focus towards AI development as it looks to push towards new areas of computing.

The hardware giant is set to pursue, "a new era of data-centric computing" through development of its Xeon chips as it moves away from its traditional PC focus.

The company revealed that Intel's AI-focused Xeon processors brought in $ 1bn in revenues during 2017, with the company boasting customers such as Google, CERN and Huawei.

Intel says that it now expects that potential revenues for its "data-centric" businesses could reach $ 200bn by 2022 as a smarte…
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