"Everybody in the world is now a programmer. This is the miracle of artificial intelligence"
As Nvidia's market cap closes in on $2 trillion
Jensen knows how to party
Why work hard when you're sitting on a fortune in stock?
In brief: Is it possible for a company to be too successful and overly caring when it comes to employee well-being? It sounds strange, but that's the unusual position Nvidia finds itself in, with many long-term workers watching the value of their stock increase as they coast along in "semi-retirement" mode.
Two decades is longer than predicted
"I don't wake up proud and confident. I wake up worried and concerned"
Priem could have been worth $70 billion if he'd kept his Nvidia stock
Nvidia's net income was up 1259% compared to last year
Nvidia's Jensen Huang tops "most popular CEOs" survey, check out the best and worst approval ratings
Lisa Su and Tim Cook also made the top ten
Jensen Huang shows new AI software tools at SIGGRAPH
No more canned responses
He'll have to survive on $21.3 million
CEO Jensen Huang was happy to report that GPUs can be used everywhere
The "iPhone moment" for AI
In context: A brief comment during Nvidia's announcement of the RTX 4000 series graphics cards sheds some light on the flagship model's overclocking potential. It isn't unprecedented, strictly speaking, but it could push some new boundaries for the latest GPU tech, depending on future details, such as what kind of cooling it required.
Company employees are safe, at least for now
Elon Musk and Tim Cook also made the list, but no sign of Lisa Su
Jensen Huang will accept the award later this year
The company wasn't prepared for such high demand
There's a lot to look forward to
A great place to work right now
Ray tracing to become sweetheart of film industry claim