Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang: The Cost of Developing AI Shouldn’t Reach $7 Trillion

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang Believes AI Development Costs to Remain Below $7 Trillion Despite Sam Altman’s Fundraising Efforts

As the CEO of Nvidia Corp, Jensen Huang is confident that the cost of developing artificial intelligence will remain well below the $7 trillion that Sam Altman is reportedly fundraising. Huang believes that advances in computing over the next few years will contribute to this, with faster computers reducing the total amount needed for AI development.

At a recent conference in Dubai, Huang emphasized that simply buying more computers is not the only factor to consider when it comes to AI development. Instead, he believes it’s crucial to anticipate that computers will become faster, reducing the overall amount required. As a leading manufacturer of AI accelerators, Huang is optimistic about the chip industry’s ability to drive down the cost of AI as these components continue to be made faster.

Huang’s confidence in the future of AI development stems from both his belief in increasing computer speeds and his knowledge of advancements in the chip industry. He feels that these factors will play a significant role in keeping AI development manageable and cost-effective in coming years.

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