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Samsung Chief meets global Tech CEOs in U.S. to strengthen AI partnerships

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Samsung Electronics Executive Chairman Lee Jae-yong recently held key meetings with top executives from Meta, Amazon, and Qualcomm during his business trip to the United States. These discussions focused on expanding their partnerships, particularly in the realm of artificial intelligence (AI).

During his two-week visit to the U.S., Lee met with Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg at his residence in Palo Alto, California. Their conversation centered on advancements in AI, virtual reality (VR), and augmented reality (AR), exploring opportunities to strengthen their tech alliance. This meeting follows Zuckerberg’s visit to Seoul four months ago, reflecting the ongoing collaboration between the two tech giants.

The following day, Lee engaged in talks with Amazon CEO Andy Jassy, aiming to deepen their cooperation in generative AI and cloud computing. Amazon, a key partner for Samsung in the semiconductor sector, has been making significant strides in cloud-based AI services. “The latest meeting between Lee and Jassy will level up their partnership in more diverse areas,” a Samsung Electronics official noted.

Lee’s discussions with Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon focused on next-generation chips essential for AI and telecommunication services. Qualcomm’s renowned Snapdragon processors are a core component of Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone series. The two leaders agreed to extend their collaboration into AI PCs and other mobile platforms.

Beyond these high-profile meetings, Lee also engaged with leaders from global fabless and system-on-chip companies, sharing his vision for the future of semiconductors. “We need to pave the way for the future by utilizing our strengths,” Lee stated upon concluding his trip.

Samsung Electronics plans to hold a global strategy meeting later this month with top executives and heads of its overseas offices. The insights gained from Lee’s U.S. trip are expected to shape the company’s vision and action plans, helping Samsung navigate current economic challenges and geopolitical uncertainties.

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