Jensen Huang wants to lead NVIDIA for another 30 to 40 years

Published: Mar 21st 2023, 10:16 GMT   Comments

The longest-running tech CEO wants to lead NVIDIA for another 3–4 decades, then continue as a robot

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang sits down for an interview with CNBC right before the GTC’23 keynote. 

Jensen Huang is the co-founder and current CEO of NVIDIA Corporation. Under his leadership, NVIDIA has established and transferred itself and the industry into a leading company in accelerated computing and modern graphics technology.

NVIDIA CEO is now listed as the 59th richest person in the world with a net worth estimated at 23.5B dollars after leading the company for now 30 years. However, Jensen has no plans to retire any time soon. He said that he wants to lead NVIDIA for another 3 to 4 decades, which would make him 90y old at the time of his departure.

Katie Tarasov (CNBC): You are longest running tech CEO, is there any end in sight?

Jensen Huang (NVIDIA): Well, as you can tell im sprity and quite enthusiastic and energetic yet. I’m surrounded by amazing people, who keep me inspired and I feel we can do great tings together and they give me so much confidence in what we can do and the impact we can make. I think I’m making a real contribution to the company to make an environment where we can make really amazing contributions. So, I think for as long as I believe I can do that, I don’t know exactly for how long that’s gonna be, but 3 to 4 decades I’d say. Another 4 decades I’d be robotic and maybe another 3 to 4 decades after that. Hopefully, I get to enjoy this for a very long time.

Jensen Huang during CNBC interview, Source: CNBC

In an interview, Jensen also speaks about the changes in the GPU market in the past few months, such as market stabilization or supply chains restoration. Furthermore, NVIDIA CEO can’t wait to see future GPUs on even more advanced fabrication nodes, including the TSMC N4 fab now being built in Arizona.

In just a few hours, NVIDIA will premiere its GTC’23 keynote. You can watch it here.

Source: CNBC via @coreteks

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