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Nvidia GTC 2023 to feature advances in AI, generative AI and more

Nvidia has announced that company founder and CEO Jensen Huang will deliver the opening keynote at GTC 2023. He will discuss the latest advancements in generative AI, the metaverse, large language models, robotics, cloud computing and more.

More than 250,000 people are expected to register for the four-day event running from the 20th-23rd of March 2023. The event will include more than 650 sessions from researchers, developers and industry leaders in virtually every computing domain. 

GTC will also feature a fireside chat with Huang and OpenAI Co-founder Ilya Sutskever, plus talks by DeepMind's Demis Hassabis, Stability AI's Emad Mostaque and many more.

Registration is free and is open now on Nvidia's website here.

"This is the most extraordinary moment we have witnessed in the history of AI," Huang said. 

"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."

Huang's keynote will be live-streamed on Tuesday, the 21st of March, at 8 am Pacific time, with on-demand availability afterwards. Closed captioning in English will be available for the keynote and sessions, and the best part is that registration is not required to view the keynote. 

Following the keynote will be a Q&A session hosted by Nvidia at 10 am Pacific time. The Q&A will feature financial analysts ready to give the answers registrants are looking for.

The Q&A will be webcast on Nvidia's investor website here.

The amazing collection of speakers also includes:

  • Chike Aguh, Chief Innovation Officer, US Department of Labor
  • Soumith Chintala, Researcher, Meta and Creator of PyTorch
  • Paul Debevec, Chief Research Officer, Netflix Eyeline Studios
  • Kathryn Guarini, CIO, IBM
  • Tony Hemmelgarn, CEO, Siemens Digital Industries Software
  • Sergei Levine, Associate Professor, UC Berkeley
  • Thomas Schulthess, Director, Swiss National Supercomputing Centre, ETH Zurich
  • Kathy Smith, Artist and Professor, USC
  • Ashok Srivastava, Chief Data Officer, Intuit

As for who is supporting, a number of organisations are participating in Nvidia GTC, including Amazon Robotics, AWS, ByteDance, Dell Technologies, Deloitte, Epic Games, Ford Motor Company, and so many more.

GTC will also include panels from the industry's top researchers, including a talk by Nvidia Chief Scientist Bill Dally and more than 65 sessions focused on generative AI. 

Huang's fireside chat with Sutskever, Chief Scientist and Co-founder of OpenAI, will air on the 22nd of March at 9 am Pacific time, with online availability on-demand afterwards.

Get the full experience with the feature sessions

Along with the various speakers attending the event, there will be several focus sessions, including:

  • A fireside chat with Scott Belsky, Chief Product Officer at Adobe, and Bryan Catanzaro, Vice President of Applied Research at Nvidia, on how generative AI is transforming the creative process.
  • A conversation with Nvidia's automotive team on how generative AI is revolutionising AV development.
  • Numerous talks on demystifying generative AI for a broad audience.
  • A discussion on AI's influence on art with AI artist Refik Anadol, The Museum of Modern Art curators Paola Antonelli and Michelle Kuo, and Nvidia Vice President of Omniverse Richard Kerris.
  • A panel from robotics experts on how AI can advance real-world deployments of robots using simulation.
  • Multiple sessions on how generative AI can be used across industries from content creation to graphics to drug discovery by Amgen, Autodesk, AWS, Evozyne, General Motors, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, London College of Fashion, Microsoft Research and SK Telecom.

Learning and career development opportunities

GTC will provide participants at all career stages with learning opportunities. Registrants can sign up for full-day, instructor-led, hands-on technical workshops offered by the Nvidia Deep Learning Institute (DLI) at discounted pricing. Twenty-eight workshops will be provided in multiple languages, including Korean, Japanese and traditional Chinese.

As part of Nvidia's efforts to increase the readiness of the AI workforce and create a more inclusive AI ecosystem, GTC will also offer specific training and sessions, including:

  • Change the World With a Career in AI 
  • Fundamentals of Deep Learning 
  • The Blueprint to Becoming an Effective Student Researcher for early career and student participants. 

Additionally, Nvidia is providing credits for DLI workshops at GTC to minority-serving institutions like HBCUs, HSIs and community colleges.

Sessions for startups

Nvidia GTC is additionally offering startups the opportunity to learn directly from experts in AI, data science and machine learning. These programs include:

  • Nvidia Inception, a global program 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 program, which has 400 VC firms as members, will host sessions designed for investors.

There are also several sessions for startups, including: 

  • Essential Tech for GenAI Startups
  • Emerging Venture Themes for 2023 – Generative AI
  • Riding the Wave – Generative AI for Startups

So what are you waiting for?

To find out more information about Nvidia, visit its website here, and for more on what to expect at Nvidia GTC 2023, please visit the link below.