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Huang’s keynote will be broadcast live on November 9 at 9am Central European Time/4pm. China Standard Time (12 a.m. Pacific Standard Time), with a rebroadcast at 8 a.m. PST for viewers in the Americas. You can sign up for free and are not required to watch the keynote.
More than 200,000 developers, innovators, researchers and creators will register to participate in the event. The event will focus on deep learning, data science, high-performance computing, robotics, data centers/networks, and graphics. Speakers will share the latest breakthroughs transforming some of the world’s biggest industries, such as healthcare, transportation, manufacturing, retail and finance.
Keynote speakers at the event will be present:
- Anima Anandkumar, Director of ML Research at NVIDIA and Professor Bren at Caltech
- Alan Aspuru-Guzik, professor of chemistry and computer science, University of Toronto
- Alan Bekker, Head of Conversational AI, Snap
- Samy Bengio, senior director of AI and ML research, Apple
- Kay Firth-Butterfield, Head of AI and ML, World Economic Forum
- Axel Gern, CTO, Daimler Trucks
- Fei-Fei Li, professor of computer science, Stanford University
- Keith Perry, CIO, St. Children’s Research Hospital. Jude
- Venkatesh Ramanathan, Director of Data Science, PayPal
- Ilya Sutskever, Co-Founder and Lead Scientist, OpenAI
- Tim Sweeney, Founder and CEO, Epic Games
- Nir Zuk, Founder and CTO, Palo Alto Networks
Leaders from hundreds of other organizations will also be present, including Amazon, Arm, AstraZeneca, Baidu, BMW, Domino’s, Electronic Arts, Facebook, Ford, Google, Microsoft, MIT, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Red Hat, Rolls-Royce, Salesforce, Samsung, ServiceNow, Snap, Volvo, Walmart and WPP.
“GTC is an opportunity big developers and business leaders maybe Learn Okay the latest advancements in field WHO, speed up calculation and computer graphics from the world’s leading innovators, scientists, and researchers,” said Greg Estes, vice president of Developer Programs at NVIDIA. “The biggest startups, academia, and businesses are all at GTC, they would gives attendees the opportunity to share ideas and collaborate to create the future.”
In recent years, GTC has expanded from high-performance computing and graphics into areas such as cloud computing and enterprise computing. This is where AI breakthroughs are often deployed. Keynotes and other talks provide IT leaders with the latest information on configuring secure, accelerated data centers that support modern workloads including AI, machine learning and natural language processing.
Special content for startups, new training program
NVIDIA Inception,a startup program with more than 8,500 members will be fully featured at GTC. It is a program designed to educate, inform and nurture young companies that are revolutionizing the industry. More than 70 startups will be present, including well-known company founders and well-known industry partners. Topics and topics include conversational AI, pharmaceutical development, autonomous systems, emerging markets, and many more.
GTC attendees will also be able to build and master their skills with the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (Deep Learning Institute), which provides educational resources for anyone looking to learn about all things AI. DLI will host 14 full-day training seminars, from beginner to advanced, in four languages across multiple time zones. Topics include classic DLI courses like “Fundamentals of Deep Learning”, along with new training courses like “Expanding a CUDA C++ Application to Multiple Nodes” and “Accelerating Pipeline data engineering”.
Workshops are taught by DLI-certified NVIDIA instructors. They are all experts in the field and will provide industry-leading technical knowledge to drive breakthrough results. Attendees can also earn a certificate of competence to support career development.
Democratization of AI
NVIDIA has structured GTC as an open, all-access event open to almost any community around the world.
Sessions and speakers have been arranged to inform and inspire developers, researchers, scientists, educators, professionals, and students from under-represented groups in the community. history. Topics like building better datasets and making AI more inclusive are among the areas that will be covered. NVIDIA partners with organizations including LatinX in AI, Tech Career and W.AI in Israel, and Ewha Womans University in Korea to provide free access to DLI workshops to diverse communities.
GTC will present a series of emerging markets panel sessions to focus on addressing business and technical topics in Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. Speakers from renowned organizations, startups and universities will be present, such as Aenya AI Center of Excellence, Ethiopian Motion Design and Visual Effects Community, Python Ghana, Nairobi Women in Machine Learning & Data Science, and Chile Inria Research Center, will describe how developers in emerging markets are using AI to solve challenges.
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