Nvidia has a busy couple of months ahead, as not only will there be a GeForce Special Event on the 1st of September, but the company has also announced its global GTC keynote stream and the schedule for other GTC sessions. The digital version of GTC will be taking place in October, kicking off with a keynote address from Nvidia CEO, Jensen Huang.
The GPU Technology Conference returns in digital form from the 5th of October until the 9th. There will be a pre-recorded keynote from Jensen Huang, followed by a schedule of over 500 sessions dedicated to AI, Data Science and other areas of interest.
Greg Estes, VP of corporate marketing and developer programs at NVIDIA, gave the following statement as part of the announcement: “GTC is the only conference that brings together the leading developers, top decision makers in business and government, experts from research institutions and leading platform providers to advance the state of the art in the foremost areas of technology. We’re thrilled to be able to share the amazing work of more than 500 experts from NVIDIA and our worldwide community to solve today’s toughest challenges”.
GTC sessions will be a mix of pre-recorded content prepared over the last few months, in addition to live content. Many leading tech companies will be participating, including the likes of Microsoft, Google Cloud, AWS, Oracle, Facebook, Dell, HP, VMWare, Cisco, Lenovo, ASUS and IBM.
KitGuru Says: Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference will be going ahead a little later than planned, but it is good to see it still happening in 2020. It will be interesting to see how well this new digital format works in action. Will any of you be registering to watch?