Watch NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang Computex Opening Keynote here

Published: May 28th 2023, 21:46 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA at Computex 2023: AI, automotive and gaming

The real Computex is back.

In just a few hours, NVIDIA CEO and President Jensen Huang will take the stage and deliver an opening keynote to a large crowd in Taiwan. This is Huang’s first keynote in three years to be delivered to a live audience.

Gamers shouldn’t expect any major announcements during this keynote. It was long speculated that RTX 4060 (Ti) series might be announced by Jensen, but as we know this product has been revealed earlier this week.

The keynote will focus on artificial intelligence, the automotive industry and new partnerships. The company will announce a partnership with MediaTek, who should integrate NVIDIA hardware into their Dimensity Auto processor series. The company is also to deliver updates on Metropolis, Isaac and Carter. However, one shouldn’t rule out surprises, as Huang is known for making the last-minute product announcements.

Worth noting that all seats are booked for this event. The event officially kicks off on 2023-05-29 11:00 (UTC+8) and ends 90 minutes later. NVIDIA fans in Europe should wake up at around 5 AM to watch this keynote or alternatively, they may check the recording that should be posted later.

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