Virtual GTC 2022 packs over 900 sessions

NVIDIA’s coming GPU Technology Conference (GTC) will be packed with more than 900 sessions and feature over 1,400 speakers including some of the world’s top researchers and industry leaders in AI, high performance computing and graphics.

Among the stellar line-up at the March 21 to 24 event are Andrew Ng (Founder of DeepLearning.AI, founder and CEO of Landing AI), Professor Dr Bjorn Stevens (Managing Director and Director of the Department, The Atmosphere in the Earth System, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology), Professor Chelsea Finn (Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University), Marc Petit, (General Manager for Unreal Engine at Epic Games), Markus Gross (Vice President of Research at Walt Disney Studios), and Yu Liu (Director of AI at Meta).

As usual, Jensen Huang, Founder and CEO of NVIDIA, is expected to deliver a news-laden keynote, which will be live-streamed on March 22 at 8.00 am Pacific Time and available on demand afterward.

“As one of the world’s leading AI conferences, GTC provides a singular opportunity to help solve huge challenges and redefine the future for developers, researchers and decision-makers across industries, academia, business, and government. There’s a mother lode of content and opportunities for attendees of all levels to deepen their knowledge and make new connections,” said Greg Estes, Vice President of Developer Programs at NVIDIA. “

This GTC will focus on accelerated computing, deep learning, data science, digital twins, networking, quantum computing, and computing in the data centre, cloud and edge. More than 20 dedicated sessions will touch on how AI can help visualise and further climate science.

Participating organisations include Amazon, Autodesk, Barclays, Bloomberg, Cisco, Cornell University, DeepMind, Dell Technologies, Ericsson, Flipkart, Google Brain, Lockheed Martin, NASA, NFL, Snap, US Air Force, and VMware.Learning.

Registration is free at No registration is needed to watch Jensen Huang’s keynote.

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