NVIDIA GTC Conference to Feature World’s Top Programmers, Researchers, and Engineers to Discuss AI, and the Metaverse
NVIDIA, a leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) and computer technology is holding its annual GTC conference from September 19 to September 22. Some of the world's top programmers, researchers, engineers, IT specialists, and engineers will gather at NVIDIA's GTC to discuss topics including artificial intelligence, the metaverse, and other topics.
Today, NVIDIA revealed that it will hold its upcoming GTC conference virtually from September 19–22. The event will feature more than 200 sessions with top business and technology figures from across the world, as well as a keynote speech from founder and CEO Jensen Huang. Registration is currently open and is free.
In addition, the Turing Award winners Yoshua Bengio, Geoff Hinton, and Yann LeCun will participate in a fireside conversation at GTC to explore how AI will develop and assist in tackling difficult challenges. Sanja Fidler, NVIDIA's vice president of AI research, will moderate the conversation.
The main technological advancements powering AI and the metaverse, including massive language models, natural language processing, digital twins, digital biology, robotics, and climate science, will also be discussed in GTC talks.
Furthermore, the GTC will include thirty talks from top executives from AT&T, Fox Sports, BMW, Medtronic, Meta, Pinterest, Polestar, NIO, and United Airlines as well as firms in important industry sectors including finance, automotive, retail, industrial, and healthcare.
Additionally, there will be twenty seminars offered in various languages and time zones, more than twenty-five free training labs, and NVIDIA Inception is holding a number of startup-focused events. No registration is necessary to view the keynote address from Huang, which will be live-streamed on September 20 at 8 a.m. Pacific.
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