In an effort to disrupt Nvidia's present monopoly in that market,

AMD and Microsoft are said to have signed a new partnership to jointly develop CPUs for AI software and research.

It's no secret that AI is currently the hottest product in the IT hardware sector;

everyone wants to cash in on the rising demand for machine learning technologies 

 like ChatGPT and Google Bard. With its top-tier processors already being used to train

run a variety of chatbots, Nvidia is driving the AI revolution.

Naturally, AMD, a rival graphics card manufacturer and Nvidia's main rival, isn't too pleased about that.