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Nvidia has unveiled its latest artificial intelligence chips, which the company claims are far more powerful than its existing market-leading hardware, as it sets its sights on extending its domination of the burgeoning industry.

Chief executive Jensen Huang said on Monday that Nvidia’s new Blackwell graphics processing units will massively increase the computing power driving large language models. The Blackwell GPU has 208bn transistors, compared with last year’s H100, which has 80bn, a measure of its increased power.

“Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to introduce you to a very, very big GPU,” Huang told the company’s annual developer conference.

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