Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang shared the opinion that each country should have its own AI infrastructure to take advantage of economic potential and protect its own culture.
You can’t let others do it.
Huang said at the World Government Summit in Dubai. Huang said at the World Government Summit in Dubai.
Huang, whose company has soared to a $1.5 trillion market share thanks to its dominance of the high-end AI chip market, said his company is “democratizing” access to AI thanks to the rapid growth in computational efficiency based on artificial intelligence algorithms.
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The rest is up to you: you have to take the initiative, activate your industry, build the infrastructure as fast as you can.
He said fears about the dangers of AI were exaggerated, noting that other emerging technologies and industries such as automobiles and aviation had been successfully regulated.
There are vested interests in scaring people with this new technology, in mystifying the technology, in encouraging other people to do nothing with the technology and rely on them. And I think this is a mistake.
Following a new round of US restrictions in October on some of its AI chips, Nvidia said in November it was working with customers in China and the Middle East to obtain export licenses for new products that would comply with US regulations, Reuters reports.