Nvidia C.E.O. Is Not Worried About Rising A.I. Industry Competition

1 00:00:00,000 —> 00:00:01,940 “There is a big debate, as you know, 2 00:00:01,940 —> 00:00:04,430 about chip independence. 3 00:00:04,430 —> 00:00:06,530 The big investment that we’re making in chips 4 00:00:06,530 —> 00:00:10,250 to manufacture here in the United States, 5 00:00:10,250 —> 00:00:13,340 whether we should be exporting certain types of chips 6 00:00:13,340 —> 00:00:15,710 to China. 7 00:00:15,710 —> 00:00:17,960 Where are we on the journey of being 8 00:00:17,960 —> 00:00:20,660 chip independent, if you will, and do you 9 00:00:20,660 —> 00:00:23,310 think that is a worthy goal?” 10 00:00:23,990 —> 00:00:27,650 “We we are somewhere between a decade or two decades away 11 00:00:27,650 —> 00:00:31,630 from supply chain independence. 12 00:00:31,630 —> 00:00:34,510 And as I mentioned earlier, our system 13 00:00:34,510 —> 00:00:37,420 comes 35,000 parts and eight of them 14 00:00:37,420 —> 00:00:40,583 come from TSMC, and the supply chain, 15 00:00:40,583 —> 00:00:42,710 when you think through it, they’re in Taiwan.” 16 00:00:42,710 —> 00:00:43,527 “Of course.” 17 00:00:43,527 —> 00:00:44,465 “There are a lot in Taiwan. 18 00:00:44,465 —> 00:00:45,590 They’re all over the world. 19 00:00:45,590 —> 00:00:47,173 But supply chain independence is going 20 00:00:47,173 —> 00:00:48,910 to be really challenging, you know? 21 00:00:48,910 —> 00:00:50,990 We should try it, we should endeavor it. 22 00:00:50,990 —> 00:00:54,480 I mean, we should absolutely go down the journey of it.”

Sumber: www.nytimes.com

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