Today, many people dream of becoming a programmer, but they do not have the necessary knowledge and skills, and learning from scratch is a long process and also expensive. Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang is confident that the proliferation of new artificial intelligence tools will give anyone who wants to become a developer a similar opportunity without much effort.
“The programming barrier is incredibly low. Now we can all become programmers, we just need to say something to the computer," Huang said at the Computex conference in Taipei.
According to Business Insider, Huang believes that the ability to write code by simply typing commands into an artificial intelligence system will make it possible to eliminate the "digital divide" between people. Moreover, this feature will also increase the level of programming development.
According to Huang, Nvidia's processors support developments in artificial intelligence, such as OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot. At the event, Huang announced several new AI-related products and partnerships. Specifically, Nvidia is partnering with ad giant WPP to build a platform to help create computer ads.
Huang also believes that artificial intelligence has revolutionized computing.
"In every era of computing, you could do different things that weren't possible before, and artificial intelligence certainly fits the definition of a new era," Nvidia's boss said.