With industry leaders, media, and various prominent figures in the IT and AI world gathering in Taipei, Taiwan, COMPUTEX 2024 has officially started.

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Expected to host more than 1,500 exhibitors and 50K visitors coming from around the globe, there’s 4,500 booths waiting to bring every attendee the experience of their latest products firsthand.

There are 6 themes for this year’s COMPUTEX and they are ‘AI Computing’, ‘Advanced Connectivity’, ‘Future Mobility’, ‘Immersive Reality’, ‘Sustainability’, and ‘Innovations’.

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This year’s lineup is also one of the most bangers in recent years because all the famous CEOs/Chairmans/Leaders are coming in with Dr. Lisa Su starting the entire ordeal (Click here for the AMD announcement) alongside Qualcomm President and CEO Cristiano Amon, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger, MediaTek Vice Chairman and CEO Dr. Rick Tsai, Supermicro President and CEO Charles Liang, NXP Semiconductors Lars Reger, EVP and CTO, Dr. Tzi-cker Chiueh, General Director of Delta Research Center, just to name a few and also all the other participating experts.

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Of course, none of the big brands could be this big without the help of fellow partners so they will have their own sessions afterward but for the chance of real, tangible insights, the ‘Let’s Talk Generative AI’ forum is going to make that happen thanks to participations from NVIDIA, Google, Micron, Arm, etc.

Returning segments also include the “startups career fair” InnoVEX which brings innovative solutions that one might not have thought about before, as well as Garage+. This global accelerator program shortlisted 36 startups for exclusive showcase and demonstration. The exhibitions cover AI, semiconductors, green tech, smart mobility, digital solutions, energy, healthcare, IoT, and manufacturing.

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