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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang and the $2 trillion company driving the AI revolution on 60 Minutes

The tech world is abuzz with the news that only four companies in the world are worth more than $2 trillion dollars. Among them are Microsoft, Apple, Alphabet (the parent company of Google), and computer chip maker Nvidia. The California-based company saw its stock market value soar from $1 trillion to $2 trillion in just eight months, fueled by the insatiable demand for its cutting-edge technology.

But how did a company founded in 1993 to improve video game graphics turn into a titan of 21st-century AI? To find out, we went to Silicon Valley to meet Nvidia’s 61-year-old co-founder and CEO, Jensen Huang. He has no doubt that AI is about to change everything.

At Nvidia’s annual developers conference, Jensen took the stage to share his vision of an AI future, likening it to a new Industrial Revolution. The company’s latest Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), Blackwell, is the fastest chip ever designed and is set to revolutionize the industry.

We were given a tour of the conference hall to see what AI has made possible in just a few years. From creating virtual movie sets to designing protein-based drugs, Nvidia’s technology is pushing the boundaries of what is possible.

But with the rise of AI comes concerns about its impact on humanity. Jensen acknowledges these fears but remains optimistic about the future. He believes that humans will always have the capacity to love, create, and transcend, qualities that machines can never replicate.

As we left Nvidia’s headquarters, we couldn’t help but feel inspired by Jensen’s journey from dishwasher to tech mogul. His relentless pursuit of perfection and vision for the future remind us that with hard work and dedication, anything is possible.

In a world where AI is poised to revolutionize industries and change the way we live, Jensen’s story serves as a reminder that the future is in our hands. As we navigate the complexities of AI, let’s remember that it is our humanity that sets us apart and gives us the power to shape a better tomorrow.

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