graphics chip industry giantHuida(Nvidia) CEOJen-Hsun HuangSaid in Dubai on the 12th that it is necessary for every country to create its own artificial intelligence (Aye) Infrastructure can, on the one hand, take advantage of the economic potential of AI, while simultaneously protecting its culture.
The Central News Agency quoted Reuters as saying that Huang Renxun said at the World Government Summit in Dubai: “You can’t let other people do these things.” Huang Renxun predicts that advances in computing technology will enable growth in the next few years. The $7 trillion cost of artificial intelligence (AI) is much less than Sam Altman’s claim.
Huang Jen-hsun said at the World Government Summit in Dubai on the 12th, “You can’t assume that you will buy more computers, but you have to assume that computers will get faster, so they won’t need as much total quantity.” Will happen.”
Huida produces the most popular AI chips in history, and Huang believes the chip industry will drive down the cost of AI as the manufacturing speed of these parts is “exponentially faster.”
The Wall Street Journal recently reported that OpenAI CEO Sam Altman is raising $7 trillion from Middle Eastern investors, including the United Arab Emirates, for a semiconductor project to compete with Huida in the AI market.
Huang doesn’t think the growth in AI spending will end anytime soon. In his speech, he estimated that the cost of global data centers to support AI will double over the next five years. “We are at the beginning of a new era. The installed base of data centers is about $1 trillion. In the next four to five years, we will have a data center worth US$2 trillion to support software around the world “
Huida dominates the high-end AI chip market, increasing its market value to US$1.73 trillion.
Huang Renxun said that as the efficiency of AI computing is increasing at a rapid pace, Huida is “democratizing” AI applications. “The rest of the work really depends on you taking the initiative, starting your industries quickly and building the infrastructure as quickly as possible,” he said.
Huang Renxun also said that people’s concerns about the dangers of AI are exaggerated. For example, he cited some new technologies and industries, such as automobiles and aviation, which were later successfully regulated. He said: “For some people, it is in their best interest to make people fearful and mysterious about this new technology and to encourage others not to do anything with AI but to trust them to do it for me. “Guess that’s wrong.”