Monday, April 19, 2021

g-f(2)232 The Big Picture of the Digital Age (4/19/2021), TIME, The Metaverse Is Coming. Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang on the Fusion of Virtual and Physical Worlds.


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Jensen Huang, the CEO of Nvidia, the nation’s most valuable semiconductor company, with a stock price of $645 a share and a market cap of $400 billion, is out to create the metaverse, what Huang describes “a virtual world that is a digital twin of ours.”
  • This is already playing out with the massively popular online games like Fortnite and Minecraft, where users create richly imagined virtual worlds. 
  • Now the concept is being put to work by Nvidia and others. 
  • Partnering with Nvidia, BMW is using a virtual digital twin of a factory in Regensburg, Germany, to virtually plan new workflows before deploying the changes in real time in their physical factory.


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Eben Shapiro is a media executive with three decades of experience overseeing award-winning digital and print content at The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Newsweek. He has been a driving force behind The Wall Street Journal’s expansion into feature and arts coverage over the last decade, serving as the top editor of sections including Personal Journal, Review and Arena. He is currently Global Arts Editor for The Wall Street Journal, overseeing the paper’s arts and culture coverage on both print and digital platforms, and running the weekly Arena section. His reporting teams have won numerous awards and traffic to the WSJ’s arts coverage has increased significantly during his tenure. Previously, he was the editor of Personal Journal, a consumer section he co-launched in 2002. As a WSJ beat reporter, he covered the entertainment industry. He also was business editor of Newsweek magazine and a business reporter for the New York Times. He is known for successful start-up launches and building cohesive, energetic reporting teams. In addition to editing, he writes regularly for The Wall Street Journal about art, theater and book publishing.


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