AMD CEO Lisa Su said it Zen 2 chips will come with built-in protection against the Spectre vulnerability.
It's expected that the Zen 2 chips will be released in 2019.
There was no mention that the Zen+ chips, a different product line coming in April 2018, will come with built-in protection.
AMD's chips aren't vulnerable to Meltdown, a related bug to Spectre. Meltdown primarily affects Intel processors.
Forthcoming Zen 2 processors will include changes to deal with Spectre-like exploits, says chip giant.
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