NVIDIA’s Huang: AI won’t replace jobs; humans excel in judgment.

Huang Renxun, CEO of NVIDIA, Shares Insights on Artificial Intelligence

On April 29th, Huang Renxun, CEO of NVIDIA, was interviewed by the American network CBS on the program “60 Minutes”, where he discussed his latest views on artificial intelligence. He emphasized that as AI continues to benefit businesses, companies will naturally expand, and human jobs will not disappear as a result.

Huang stated that company profits increase along with productivity and he has never seen a company that has increased profits without hiring more employees. He mentioned, “Even if some jobs are eliminated, I believe that you still want humans to be involved because we have good judgment that machines cannot understand in certain situations.”

NVIDIA CEO Huang Renxun

When introducing NVIDIA’s latest GPU chip “Blackwell,” Huang Renxun claimed that “the capability of AI is limitless.” He said, “We hope it brings us surprises. That’s the key. In areas like drug discovery or designing lighter, stronger materials, we need AI to help us explore places in the universe that we as humans can never reach.”

In a previous interview a week ago, Huang Renxun predicted that in the near future, “humanoid robots” will become mass-produced items, with manufacturing costs “much lower than expected.” He questioned, “If we can buy a cheap car for $10,000 to $20,000, why can’t we purchase a humanoid robot in the same price range?” He believed that in certain artificially manufactured environments, robots may be more flexible and “multi-talented.”

[Source: IT Home]

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