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China’s homebrew openKylin OS creates a cut for AI PCs


China has jumped on the AI PC bandwagon, with the team behind local OS openKylin creating a cut of its Linux-based software that can run AI models on the desktop.

Revealed on Sunday, openKylin for AIPC was touted as including “a series of intelligent functions including AI assistant, intelligent text map, intelligent fuzzy search, etc”, all using on-device models rather than needing to reach a cloud. The AI functions are supposedly deeply integrated into the UI and will fundamentally change and improve the experience of using a PC, according to the outfit’s post.

Which sounds great … but sadly at the time of writing the OS is absent from the openKylin download page. So is info on the models the OS will use, and what openKylin’s developers consider as the specs for an AI PC.

The OS does, however, run on x86, Arm, and RISC-V silicon. Some PC processors ...


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