Nvidia CEO Declares the Dawn of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Jensen Huang, CEO of Nvidia, boldly proclaims the advent of the fourth industrial revolution, driven by the transformative power of artificial intelligence

by Sededin Dedovic
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Nvidia CEO Declares the Dawn of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
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The head of Nvidia, Jensen Huang, is fully convinced that the next industrial revolution has begun with the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI), which is driving growth in almost every industry sector. Two days ago, NVIDIA released its first quarterly financial report for the fiscal year 2025, which ends on April 28, and all data indicate that they have exceeded even the boldest expectations.

According to the financial report, Nvidia achieved a revenue of $26 billion in the first fiscal quarter, a significant increase of 262% compared to $7.192 billion in the same period last year and an 18% increase compared to $22.103 billion in the previous fiscal quarter.

Among these, revenue in the large data center infrastructure sector was $22.6 billion, a 427% increase over the previous year. In a conference call, Nvidia's CEO Jensen Huang stated that the next industrial revolution has begun and that artificial intelligence (AI) will bring an obvious increase in productivity in almost every industry sector.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution powered by Nvidia AI technology

He mentioned that the volume of work is growing significantly. Blackwell chips cannot be delivered in sufficient quantities to meet market demand, and their production is operating at full capacity.

It is expected that even greater revenue will be achieved by the end of the year. Currently, there are about 15,000 to 20,000 registered generative AI startup companies on the waiting list for the delivery of NVIDIA technology to train their AI models using powerful NVIDIA AI accelerator chips.

In his opinion, Nvidia has become a system supplier, not just a seller of advanced GPU solutions. Reflecting on history, from 1760 to the mid-19th century, humanity entered the age of steam engines and began the first industrial revolution.

From the second half of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century, humanity started entering the electrical age, peaked during the information revolution, and entered the second industrial revolution. In the second half of the 20th century, roughly after World War II, humanity entered the technological age.

A series of technological discoveries in atomic energy, electronic computers, space technology, and bioengineering initiated the third industrial revolution. After that, he categorically states that we are currently in the period of the fourth industrial revolution, a technological revolution focused on artificial intelligence, clean energy, robotics, quantum information technologies, controlled nuclear fusion, virtual reality, and biotechnology, reports Chinese Fast Technologies.

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