Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang's Life-Like Cinematic Avatar to Premiere at Computex 2024

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang's Life-Like Cinematic Avatar to Premiere at Computex 2024

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang is set to present at Computex 2024 in Taipei, Taiwan, on June 2nd, 2024, at the NTU Sports Center. The keynote, which will be live-streamed on YouTube, is anticipated to address the future of personal computing and data centers, new consumer graphics cards, and software updates, among other topics. Huang is also expected to introduce NVIDIA's GeForce G-Assist AI tools for gamers and SFF-Ready guidelines for smaller systems with GeForce RTX graphics. The event is fully booked, and no new GeForce product launches are expected at this time.

During the keynote, Hour One's AI Avatar technology will be showcased, featuring a lifelike avatar of Jensen Huang. This avatar can create messages in multiple languages with high realism, leveraging NVIDIA's accelerated computing stack, including GPUs and AI acceleration libraries. Hour One's AI video cloud infrastructure enables parallelized inference and 3D video rendering, supporting rich-media pipelines at scale. The company has introduced new GPU micro-orchestration technology for complex audio-visual sequences and a multi-cloud adaptive GPU autoscaling system to optimize cloud resource utilization and performance.

NVIDIA's presentation will also highlight its continued advancements in AI, building on the company's history with Volta and Tensor architectures and the GeForce RTX 20 series. The company is preparing next-gen GeForce RTX 50 "Blackwell" GPUs, which are expected to be released in the latter half of 2024. The event, expected to last two hours, will include guests from Taiwan as NVIDIA embarks on the next chapter of its AI journey.


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