According to Jen-Hsun Huang, OpenAI's chatbot is "one of the greatest things that have ever been done for computing."
In case you missed it, a couple of weeks ago, NVIDIA's Co-Founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang joined Berkley Haas University's Dean's Speaker Series, discussing his entrepreneurial journey, the company culture at NVIDIA, and the behind-the-scenes of the GPU market in an informal "fireside chat format".
After the discussion, when asked by one of Berkley Haas' students about ChatGPT and his opinion about OpenAI's powerful chatbot, Huang called ChatGPT the "iPhone moment" of AI, praising the technology and calling it "one of the greatest things that have ever been done for computing".
Answering the student's question, the CEO spoke about the chatbot's rapid rise in popularity, discussed its versatility and possible applications, saying that no matter your profession, ChatGPT can "do something for you, automate something for you", and stated that the technology "democratized computing in a very very large way".
"ChatGPT is a very very big deal," said Huang. "Just think about it, in just a few days it has reached tens of millions of people, and the amazing thing is this, everyone is using it for different reasons and everyone finds it delightful. This is the iPhone moment of artificial intelligence."
"What OpenAI has done, and what the team over there has done, genuinely is one of the greatest things that has ever been done for computing," he added. "We have democratized computing in a very, very large way. And I'm very, very excited about that."
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