NVIDIA has announced that they will be hosting another round of virtual GTC in the month of November where brand new AI technologies are slated for the unveiling.


The talk will be hosting not only the CEO Jensen Huang himself but also some of the world’s prominent AI researchers and leaders that covers relevant topics including deep learning, data science, high-performance computing, robotics, data centers, networking, and graphics and how these are applied in some of the largest industries around the globe such as healthcare, transportation, manufacturing, retail, and finance.

Among major speakers at the event are:

  • Anima Anandkumar, director of ML research at NVIDIA and Bren Professor 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. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
  • Venkatesh Ramanathan, director of data science, PayPal
  • Ilya Sutskever, co-founder and chief scientist, OpenAI
  • Tim Sweeney, founder, and CEO, Epic Games
  • Nir Zuk, founder, and CTO, Palo Alto Networks

Other than that, the startup program NVIDIA Inception that currently has more than 8,500 members, will also make a show at GTC to educate, inform and cultivate young companies that are revolutionizing industries. Attendees will be able to build and master all things of AI through the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute across a 14-day training workshop and welcomes participants of all skill range to involve in courses such as “The Fundamentals of Deep Learning”, “Scaling CUDA C++ Applications to Multiple Nodes” and “Accelerating Data Engineering Pipelines” – all taught by Team Green’s own DLI-certified instructors.

The event is scheduled to debut at 3 pm on November 9 and registration is free and optional in order to view the event.


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