Lenovo Announces Enhanced Pocket-to-Cloud Artificial Intelligence Strategy

Lenovo Group, China’s top computer maker, said on Wednesday it will deepen its AI-driven transformation strategy, covering AI-ready devices, cloud and enterprise services, as well as a series of cooperation deals with global giants including Microsoft. And it signs Nvidia.

During the annual Lenovo Tech World, Lenovo Chairman and CEO Yang Yuanqing announced an enhanced “Artificial Intelligence for All” strategy and a detailed plan for its $1 billion investment in AI innovation.

“In bringing artificial intelligence to everyone, individuals and companies from Lenovo’s pocket-to-cloud computing capabilities, with personalized and tailored knowledge about individuals and companies while protecting They will use data privacy and security. This year it was held in Austin, Texas.

Highlights of the conference included releases such as Lenovo’s first AI PC and a hybrid technology called AI Twin, as well as a series of partnerships with key leaders in the AI ​​era.

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Nvidia founder, chairman and CEO Jensen Huang (left) poses with Lenovo chairman Yang Yuanqing during the Lenovo conference in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday.

The Lenovo conference was joined by partners and tech giants, including NVIDIA founder, chairman and CEO Jensen Huang and AMD president and CEO Lisa Su. Microsoft Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella and leaders from Qualcomm and Intel joined the conference online.

Lenovo and Nvidia announced the expansion of their collaboration with new, hybrid and collaborative systems that “bring the power of productive artificial intelligence to any enterprise,” both parties said.

By 2025, the revenue of China’s artificial intelligence computing core industry will reach 4.4 trillion yuan (US$601.5 billion), and related industries will increase to 24 trillion yuan. According to an artificial intelligence report released by KPMG and Lenovo in July, it is a growing “super lane” with the fastest growth and market value at the trillion yuan level.

The computational demand of generating artificial intelligence is enormous, fueled by popular applications such as ChatGPT. All the tech giants are trying to cash in on this wave.

Researcher Gartner predicts that by 2026, more than 80 percent of companies will be using AI generative APIs (application programming interfaces) and AI-based models or applications in production environments, while in In early 2023, it was less than 5%.

In China, AI will break down industry barriers, create new ecosystems and increase efficiency in manufacturing, finance, information and communication technologies, automotive and e-commerce, experts say.

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