AI is one of the largest trends on the planet, and Huawei is one of the biggest tech corporations. The conflict between them was inevitable. CNN Business reports that Huawei plans to make investments in AI over the following ten years. Given the popularity of generative AI technology, companies are trying hard to lead the way in AI technology.
It is, for sure, the next big thing in technology. Of course, new boundaries will be crossed, and more and more opportunities will arise. Currently, the AI market is led by Google, Microsoft, and OpenAI. Additionally, Meta is trying to jump on the AI train.
Huawei will invest in AI in the future
Huawei is still battling with the restrictions imposed by the US government. Despite all these limitations, the company is successfully conducting its business. According to Huawei’s CEO, Meng Wanzhou, over the next ten years, the company will make a significant push into AI.
Although there are still a few unanswered questions for the business, it appears that this new course is just getting started. The business may be changing course rather than just devoting time and effort to AI, according to what it appears to be planning.
Currently, there are no details on what its impact on the mobile business of the company will be. Since the company is trying its level best to lead the smartphone market, it might adopt a strategy similar to LG or continue manufacturing smartphones. According to the CEO, the company intends to lay the foundation of the computing backbone for China and introduce an additional option to the world. Of course, more details will be uncovered over time.
Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.