The 73-year-old was attending the World Business Forum (WBF) on Wednesday afternoon when he collapsed, according to unnamed sources from the event.
Wozniak is currently in stable condition and is being evaluated by doctors, according to the sources.
No further details about the cause of his fainting or his current health status are available at this time.
Wozniak, better known as “Woz,” co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs in 1976 and is credited with designing the Apple I and Apple II computers.
He has been a vocal proponent of artificial intelligence (AI) and has expressed concerns about the potential for the technology to be used for nefarious purposes.
In March, he signed a letter along with Elon Musk and other tech leaders calling for a pause in the development of the most powerful AI models.
In May, he spoke to the BBC about the need to regulate AI, warning that it could be used to manipulate people.
“AI is so intelligent it’s open to the bad players, the ones that want to trick you about who they are,” he said.
Wozniak has also been a critic of monopolies and has called for greater antitrust enforcement.
In a 2019 interview, he said that Apple and other tech giants have too much power and that they are not doing enough to address the social and economic problems caused by their products.