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Intel’s big bet on artificial intelligence still hasn’t resulted in blockbuster sales. The semiconductor giant’s 2019 revenue increased 2% year-over-year, to $72 billion. Amid increased competition from the likes of Nvidia and AMD, Intel is doubling down on acquisitions to give it the A.I. technologies and expertise it seeks. Case in point: the $2 billion purchase of Israeli A.I. chip maker Habana Labs, announced in December.
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