GTC to cover ‘most extraordinary moment’ in AI

ChatGPT has taken the world by storm, creating a buzz unseen for a long time. Powered by AI, the tool has gotten many excited at its ability to generate contents and answer questions on the fly. It is no wonder then that AI remains a hot topic, as has been in recent years, at GTC 2023.

To be held online from March 20 to 23, the event will feature a fireside chat with NVIDIA Co-founder and CEO Jensen Huang (top left) and OpenAI Co-founder Ilya Sutskever (top right). The fireside chat will air on March 22, at 9 am (Pacific time), and be available on demand afterward.

“This is the most extraordinary moment we have witnessed in the history of AI. New AI technologies and rapidly spreading adoption are transforming science and industry, and opening new frontiers for thousands of new companies. This will be our most important GTC yet,” he said.

As usual, Huang will deliver the opening keynote that will touch on the latest advancements in generative AI, the metaverse, large language models, robotics, cloud computing, and more. His keynote will be livestreamed on Tuesday, March 21, at 8 am (Pacific time) and available on demand afterward. Registration is not required.

On top of the keynote and fireside chat, GTC will also feature more than 650 sessions from researchers, developers and industry leaders in virtually every computing domain. More than 250,000 people are expected to register for the four-day event. Registration is free and open now at

GTC will also include panels from the industry’s top researchers, a talk by NVIDIA Chief Scientist Bill Dally, and 65+ sessions focused on generative AI. Huang’s fireside chat with Sutskever, chief scientist and co-founder of OpenAI,

Sessions will focus on how generative AI can be used across industries from content creation to graphics to drug discovery. These will be shared by Amgen, Autodesk, AWS, Evozyne, General Motors, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, London College of Fashion, Microsoft Research, and SK Telecom.

GTC will include full-day, instructor-led, hands-on technical workshops offered by the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DLI) at discounted pricing. The 28 workshops will be conducted in multiple languages, including Korean, Japanese and Chinese.

Startups will have the opportunity to learn directly from experts in AI, data science and machine learning. NVIDIA Inception, a global programme designed to nurture cutting-edge startups with more than 13,000 members, will host tracks aimed at helping startups grow their businesses and gain industry knowledge. The NVIDIA Venture Capital Alliance programme, which has 400 VC firms as members, will host sessions designed for investors. Session topics include Essential Tech for GenAI Startups, Emerging Venture Themes for 2023 – Generative AI and Riding the Wave – Generative AI for Startups.

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