Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang pitches easy AI, launches microservices for biotech

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Nvidia’s Jensen Huang toggles between giant and tiny visions for how AI will upend, well, everything.

In a two-hour talk on Monday in front of thousands of people at the SAP Center, the CEO of the chipmaking giant unveiled a 600,000-part, 3,000-pound supercomputer alongside research progress simulating humanoid robotics, entire factories and even planet Earth for weather predictions.

But in the context of healthcare, particularly drug R&D, Huang focused on the small and how Nvidia is rolling out a new software offering in microservices, with the hope of making AI easier than ever for biopharma companies.

Healthcare is a major part of Huang’s vision for a “new industrial revolution” being driven by generative AI. His keynote address kicked off the annual Nvidia developer’s conference, and it showed how, in the world of the life sciences, the tech giant is more focused on its software than its…
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