What is Lenovo AI doing in general, also the AI in gaming - does it exist?

Hello, could you tell me something about the AI in the technologies as laptops, what is it for and how it works? 

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  • I'm just guessing here, but I'm just guessing the AI in gaming specifically is Legion-software controlled that allows the laptop hardware to eather increase or decrease power consumption depending on the specific game requirements in question. The end result being eather a performance increase or performance decrease.while gaming. 

  • Legion AI Engine is an actual chipset in 8th generation laptops onwards so now it's hardware controlled

    Up to 7th generation they use solely software based AI (which you select and use when in Auto/Balanced Mode via the same tick box the new AI chipset uses)

    That software AI provision downloads an algorithm from Lenovo's servers which gets updated along with Vantage via Microsoft Store. That essentially has pre-defined profiles like you see in NVIDIA Geforce Experience based on performance metrics in games sent back to Lenovo from end user laptops anonymously. When the Legion laptop detects a game it has a profile for it adjusts settings accordingly.

    That is how it's worked up to 7th generation laptops, 8th generation onwards can still use those server side profiles but they have the local Legion AI Engine chips to improve on them further or figure out what is best for newer games Lenovo doesn't have profiles for yet itself.

  • You know it would be good to see it learn that opening a web browser doesnt need a 35w spike lol

    Im using a Gen 6 L5 atm, have silent set to 1ghz max for browsing and YT, does everything fine. Flip it to Balanced and it just blows it's wattage on everything it can matterless to whether it actually needs it.

    IMO, this is where the AI could pose to be most useful. A machine actually learning how much power it needs to use for a given task instead of going hog wild at nothing.

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  • You know it would be good to see it learn that opening a web browser doesnt need a 35w spike lol

    Im using a Gen 6 L5 atm, have silent set to 1ghz max for browsing and YT, does everything fine. Flip it to Balanced and it just blows it's wattage on everything it can matterless to whether it actually needs it.

    IMO, this is where the AI could pose to be most useful. A machine actually learning how much power it needs to use for a given task instead of going hog wild at nothing.

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