NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang aspires to maintain his leadership role within the company for an additional 30 to 40 years
Prior to the forthcoming GTC 2023 keynote address, NVIDIA founder and CEO, Mr. Jensen Huang, engaged in an interview with CNBC. Under his leadership, NVIDIA has established a veritable graphics empire within the industry and emerged as a vanguard in accelerated computing and contemporary graphical technologies.
For 30 years, Mr. Huang has helmed NVIDIA, becoming one of the wealthiest individuals globally, ranking 59th on the list of billionaires, with an estimated net worth of $23.5 billion. Retirement, however, is not in his plans. Mr. Huang envisions leading NVIDIA for another 30 to 40 years, implying that he would not depart the company until at least the age of 90.
Mr. Huang perceives himself as still youthful, brimming with enthusiasm and boundless energy, making significant contributions to the company and cultivating an environment where truly substantial accomplishments can be achieved. He is surrounded by many remarkable individuals who inspire him and foster a belief in their collective capacity to achieve greatness. This engenders in Mr. Huang a profound confidence in the capabilities of his team and the potential impact they can create, which he hopes to relish for an extended period.
Apart from reflecting on the past and envisioning the future, Mr. Huang also discussed recent fluctuations in the GPU market. Additionally, he eagerly anticipates witnessing future GPUs being manufactured on more advanced process nodes. Mr. Huang’s keynote speech will take place at 8 a.m. PDT on Tuesday, March 21st. Those interested may click here to watch the live broadcast.