Microsoft Corporation is expected to officially introduce the company's first-ever artificial intelligence-designed chip at the upcoming annual developers' conference in November, The Information reported on Friday quoting people familiar with the subject.
Namely, the Microsoft's first chip is tailored for data center servers with the primary purpose of training and running large language models. In April, The Information first reported that Microsoft had been actively engaged in the development of its AI chip since 2019. During this period, a select group of its staff and employees from OpenAI conducted testing of this innovative technology.
The four-day annual developers' conference, Microsoft Ignite, is scheduled to start on November 14 in Seattle.