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Watch NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang at the Computex 2024 Keynote live here!

Watch NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang at the Computex 2024 Keynote live here!

NVIDIA will host its Computex 2024 keynote featuring CEO, Jensen Huang, today live from the NTU Sports Center in Taipei, Taiwan.

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang will deliver the Computex 2024 “CEO” keynote live today

We are just a few hours away from NVIDIA’s CEO Keynote in which CEO, Jensen Huang, will participate, presenting his vision for the future of AI. The event will take place today at 7pm (4am PDT) at the NTU Sports Center in Taipei City.

The keynote is expected to last two hours and will feature plenty of guests, mostly from Taiwan, as the company enters the next chapter of its AI journey on all fronts, including data centers and customers’ PCs. NVIDIA has been leading the AI ​​charge because it was the first to enter the world of today’s most popular technology in 2017 with the arrival of Volta GPUs and its Tensor architecture and later entered the more mainstream realm with the arrival of NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 20 series in 2018.

NVIDIA has since released the Hopper and its upcoming Blackwell GPU architecture is set to shake up the industry.


NVIDIA Founder and CEO Jensen Huang will deliver a live keynote on June 2 at 7pm Taiwan time at the NTU Sports Center and share how the era of artificial intelligence is driving a new industrial revolution around the world.

There is no cost to attend the keynote and it will also be live-streamed, don’t forget to do so Save the date.


As for what to expect during NVIDIA’s Computex 2024 keynote, we’ll likely hear more about the AI ​​aspect. Last year, NVIDIA introduced its GPU roadmap along with new partnerships and we saw some new technologies as well like the premium ACE (Avatar Cloud Engine) model. This year, we expect more innovations in the AI ​​sector from Team Green, but for those expecting new gaming cards, it’s too early for that.

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NVIDIA is preparing next-gen GeForce RTX 50 “Blackwell” GPUs, but those will likely see official developments in the latter half of 2024. Current rumors point to a Q4 2024 release plan for the GeForce RTX 5090 and RTX 5080, So don’t expect that much on the gaming side of things.

NVIDIA CEO Keynote “Computex 2024”