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Nvidia CEO Huang expects AI-generated videos to drive more demand for its chips

Economic Times

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Nvidia expects the rise of generative artificial intelligence (AI) models, capable of creating video and engaging in human-like voice interactions, to drive demand for their graphics processors. The need for more computing power to train and run advanced AI systems has boosted demand for Nvidia's chips, such as the H200 used in OpenAI's GPT-4o. Nvidia's customers, including Google DeepMind and Meta Platforms, have also released AI image or video generation platforms. The automotive industry, specifically for video generation in autonomous driving, is expected to be a significant driver of demand for Nvidia chips.

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