NVIDIA unveils stellar speaker line-up for GTC

Come November 8 to 11, NVIDIA will host another virtual GPU Technology Conference (GTC) with a stellar line-up of speakers, including some of the world’s top AI research and industry leaders.

Headlined by NVIDIA Founder and CEO Jensen Huang, some of the other speakers are 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), Tim Sweeney (Founder and CEO, Epic Games), and Nir Zuk (Founder and CTO, Palo Alto Networks).

They will sshare the latest breakthroughs that are transforming some of the world’s largest industries, such as healthcare, transportation, manufacturing, retail, and finance.

More than 200,000 developers, innovators, researchers, and creators are expected to register for the event, which will focus on deep learning, data science, high performance computing, robotics, data centre/networking, and graphics.

“GTC is a great opportunity for developers and business leaders to learn the latest advances in AI, accelerated computing and computer graphics from the world’s top innovators, scientists and researchers,” said Greg Estes, Vice President of Developer Programs at NVIDIA.

The NVIDIA Inception startup programme will host a track where more than 70 startups will be presenting, including prominent company founders and well-known industry partners. Themes and topics include conversational AI, drug discovery, autonomous systems, and emerging markets.

NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute will feature 14 full-day training workshops, ranging from beginner to advanced, in four languages across several time zones. Topics include classic DLI courses such as The Fundamentals of Deep Learning, along with new training courses such as Scaling CUDA C++ Applications to Multiple Nodes and Accelerating Data Engineering Pipelines. Attendees can also earn a certificate of competency to support professional development.

NVIDIA has structured GTC as an open, all-access event available to virtually any community around the world. The virtual conference is free. Those interested can register here.

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