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Meta’s reportedly working on a new AI chip it plans to launch this year.

Reuters reports “Artemis” will complement the hundreds of thousands of Nvidia H100 chips Meta bought. Similar to the MTIA chip Meta announced last year, Artemis is also focused on inference — the actual decision-making part of AI — and not training AI models, but it’s already a little late to the game.

Google introduced a second-generation TPU in 2017 that could do both, and so can Microsoft’s recently-announced Maia 100. And AMD claims its M1300X chip performs better than H100s on the inference side.