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Jensen Huang’s Speech At Caltech 2024 Commencement (Transcript)

Here is the full transcript of NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang’s speech at Caltech 2024 Commencement on June 14.

Listen to the audio version here:

TRANSCRIPT:

It really makes me cringe listening to all that. Thank you for that kind introduction, but I hate hearing about myself. And just as a show, well, maybe if you could just applaud. How many of you know who NVIDIA is? And how many of you know what a GPU is? Okay, good, I don’t have to change my speech.

Ladies and gentlemen, President Rosenbaum, esteemed faculty members, distinguished guests, proud parents, and above all, the 2024 graduating class of Caltech. This is a really happy day for you guys. You got to look more excited. You know you’re graduating from Caltech. This is the school of the great Richard Feynman, Linus Pauling, and someone who’s very influential to me and our industry, Carver Mead.

Importance of Family

Yeah, this is a very big deal. Today is a day of immense pride and joy. It is a dream come true for all of you, but not just for you because your parents and families have made countless sacrifices to see you reach this milestone. So let’s take this moment and congratulate them, thank them, and let them know you love them.

You don’t want to forget that because you don’t know how long you’re going to be living at home. You want to be super grateful today. As a proud parent, I really loved it when my kids didn’t move out, and it was great to see them every day, but now they’ve moved out, it makes me sad. So hopefully you guys get to spend some time with your parents.

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