Electronics contract manufacturer Foxconn has revealed its intention to collaborate with Nvidia, the US chip giant, to construct AI factories as part of its ambitious venture into electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing. Foxconn Chairman Young Liu and Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang jointly announced this initiative in Taipei on Wednesday. These upcoming facilities, utilizing Nvidia’s advanced chips and software, aim to enhance Foxconn’s integration of AI in its EVs. By employing large computing systems powered by cutting-edge AI chips, Foxconn plans to develop software platforms for the next generation of EVs. These platforms can learn from everyday interactions, enabling accelerated computing for generative AI services and simulation. Additionally, Foxconn has secured exclusive supply orders for Nvidia’s AI chips GH200, L40, and L40S, according to sources from the supply chain. [Jiemian, in Chinese]