Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang predicts the arrival of “fairly competitive” AI in five years.
Competition in the AI space will lead to the development of off-the-shelf AI tools.
Achieving true artificial general intelligence (AGI) is still several years away.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang made a bold prediction about the future of artificial intelligence (AI). He stated that within the next five years, we will see AI systems that can achieve “fairly competitive” results on tests designed to measure human intelligence.
Huang’s comments come as AI continues to make rapid progress across a wide range of industries. Nvidia, a leading provider of graphics processing units (GPUs) used to train AI models, has seen its business boom due to the surge in demand for AI technology. In its fiscal third quarter, Nvidia’s revenue tripled, and net income jumped to a staggering $9.24 billion.
Huang also discussed the recent turmoil at OpenAI, a non-profit AI research company that has been in the news lately for its internal struggles. Huang, who delivered “the world’s first AI supercomputer” to OpenAI, expressed his hope that the company has now stabilized.
Looking ahead, Huang predicted that competition in the AI space will lead to the development of off-the-shelf AI tools that can be easily adapted by companies in various industries. However, he acknowledged that achieving true artificial general intelligence (AGI), which would allow machines to perform any intellectual task that a human can, is still several years away.
Despite the challenges, Huang expressed optimism about the future of AI, noting that the rate of progress is high and that AI has the potential to revolutionize many aspects of our lives.
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