Watch Nvidia’s Computex 2024 CEO Keynote Here

Watch Nvidia’s AI-focused pre-Computex keynote

On June 2nd, Nvidia Founder and CEO, Jensen Huang, will be hosting an AI-focused keynote at the NTU Sports Center in Taipei Taiwan. This event comes one day before AMD’s Opening Keynote at Computex 2024, which technically means that Nvidia’s keynote is not an official Computex event.

In the days following their keynote, Nvidia will be hosting their “Nvidia AI Summit Taiwan” event. This event will be hosted on June 5th in Taipei. Currently, it is unknown what Nvidia plans to reveal or launch at this AI event.

NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang will deliver a live keynote on June 2 at 7 p.m. Taiwan Time at the NTU Sports Center and will share how the era of AI is driving a new industrial revolution across the globe.

There’s no cost to attend the keynote and it will also be live-streamed, don’t forget to save the date.

While there are rumours that Nvidia plans to reveal their RTX 5090 at Computex 2024, we don’t think these rumours hold any water. As of now, we do not expect Nvidia to reveal any new hardware at their CEO keynote. That said, we will likely see some software announcements.

Nvidia want to pre-empt other tech news by hosting their keynote ahead of Computex. With this move, Nvidia wants to draw attention away from any of the AI news that competitors like AMD and Intel may have. This is especially true given the integration of Neural Processing Units (NPUs) into the latest CPUs from both companies. At a minimum, expect Nvidia to compare their dedicated GPUs to the NPUs inside AMD and Intel processors. Nvidia wants their hardware to appear like the “real” place where AI happens.

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