Written by Sama Labib
Thursday, August 31, 2023 at 06:00 AM
During this year’s Hot Chips conference at Stanford University, Intel executives confirmed that the upcoming 14th generation Meteor Lake processor series will be powered by artificial intelligence, which will increase battery life and reduce power consumption.
Meteor Lake Chips can be used… Artificial intelligence To manage power and transition between active and low-power states, the company calls it the “Intel Energy Efficiency Architecture,” according to information shared by PCWorld. The AI-based power system is expected to make its way into future products, including upcoming consumer apps. .
To improve performance, the usual approach involves injecting more power into the processor. This allows the processor to run at higher speeds and thus complete tasks faster.
However, before moving the processor into low power mode, the CPU must determine that a task is complete. This concept is referred to as dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS). The problem of power management is determining the optimal frequency of operation. Processor.
The algorithm has the ability to understand and predict how a user opens a web page, scans its content, ends a conversation, and moves on to the next task.
This algorithm was also used in many other functions, and what was unique about it was that these algorithms learned these functions independently, extracting patterns of behavior smaller than the level of detail Intel initially planned.
Using AI, Meteor Lake processors can deliver up to 35% improved responsiveness, depending on how long it takes the CPU to switch to a high-power state, according to Rotem, and there’s also value in determining the optimal time to switch. For low power levels, this leads to potential energy savings of up to 15% compared to previous configurations.
Rotem also emphasized the difference between “energy,” defined as the work done over time divided by the energy used for that work, and the broader measure of overall energy consumption.
While Intel has yet to confirm a release date for the Meteor Lake series of mobile apps, a rumor posted earlier this year by Law Is Dead YouTuber Moore suggests they should hit shelves in October 2023.
However, the company is planning to hold Intel’s Innovation Conference in San Jose on September 19, where we can learn more about the new laptop CPUs.