Guide to Viewing Nvidia’s Computex 2024 Keynote: Anticipated Highlights and Where to Watch

Jensen, Nvidia's CEO, standing against a backdrop.
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Jensen Huang, the CEO of Nvidia, will deliver the company’s keynote address at Computex this weekend, focusing on “advanced progress in accelerated computing and artificial intelligence.” The inclusion of AI in the address is expected, but whether this will unveil new graphics cards or AI hardware from Nvidia remains uncertain.

Irrespective of Huang’s actual topics, the keynote is anticipated to be a highlight of the Computex event, even preceding the official start. Here’s how to tune in to Nvidia’s keynote at Computex to catch all the action.

Guidelines for Viewing Nvidia’s Computex Keynote

Nvidia’s keynote is scheduled early in the U.S., at 7 a.m. ET/4 a.m. PT on June 2, starting at 7 p.m. local time in Taiwan. If you had plans to attend in person, the registration window has closed, but you can join the live stream or catch up later. No judgment if you opt for the latter.

While various third-party streams will cover the keynote, the simplest and least distracting way to watch is through Nvidia’s official stream on its YouTube channel. As of now, Nvidia has not announced a Twitch broadcast, so it might be a YouTube exclusive.

Anticipated Highlights from Nvidia’s Computex 2024 Keynote

the future is never far away… https://t.co/aADEco4shu

— NVIDIA GeForce (@NVIDIAGeForce) May 29, 2024

Nvidia has been tight-lipped about the specifics of this event, but signs point to a significant emphasis on AI. The company has long championed AI, initially with self-driving cars and more recently with AI servers for chatbots like ChatGPT.

Nvidia’s GPUs and tensor cores are increasingly integrated into various AI applications, extending to local AI through RTX Video and its Chat with RTX chatbot.

Expect Nvidia to showcase how its hardware and software are integral to many modern AI platforms. Updates for GeForce Now may be revealed, or insights into AI’s role in powering video game NPCs. There could be news on DLSS enhancements.

Nvidia even hinted at an AI in games feature linked to an April Fool’s Joke from seven years ago.

Rumors suggest a potential announcement of the new Blackwell series of GPUs, though this might be more likely toward year-end. While new hardware at the event is uncertain, surprises are always possible.

Bella Anderson

Bella is a tech enthusiast turned journalist, passionate about decoding complex innovations into understandable insights.

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