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Nvidia upbeat on AI as tech giants pile in

Graphics chipmaker plays down threat to sales from potential rivals

Jensen Huang, chief executive of Nvidia, said that as more people work to develop artificial intelligence, this emerging market will grow even faster. (Photo by Cheng Ting-Fang)

TAIPEI -- Nvidia does not feel threatened by a growing number of potential rivals entering the artificial intelligence field, but rather the graphics chipmaker sees the surge of interest in the emerging technology as welcome and a promising growth opportunity.

"Any time, the more companies work on AI, the faster it will grow. For five years it was very, very silent when we worked on AI. The more people started to work on AI, the faster we started to grow; the more people work on AI, the more people talk about AI, the more people use AI, the faster we will grow," Nvidia chief executive Jensen Huang told a small number of reporters on the sidelines of the annual Computex technology show in Taipei.

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