Aug. 20, 2023, 11:41 a.m. | Anna Isaac

Artificial intelligence (AI) | The Guardian

Funds to be used to order key components from major chipmakers Nvidia, AMD and Intel

The government will spend £100m to try to win a toe-hold for the UK in the global race to produce computer chips used to power artificial intelligence.

Taxpayer money will be used as part of a drive to build a national AI resource in Britain, similar to those under development in the US and elsewhere. It is understood that the funds will be used to …

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