Nvidia shared a statement a few days ago setting the framework for its upcoming GTC conference. On the program: AI, Metaverse, language models, robotics or the Cloud… so many central themes, offering great economic prospects to the firm.
Six months after the launch of its Ada Lovelace graphics cards (GeForce RTX 4000), Nvidia will soon hold its traditional GPU Technology Conference (aka GTC). The event was the subject of a press release a few days ago revealing the main lines of what will be discussed between March 20 and 23. In this case, Nvidia should talk about just about everything that has been thrilling the professional and business sectors for months: understand AI, the Metaverse, language models, robotics or even the unstoppable cloud . So many financially buoyant technological areas for the chameleon brand.
In all, and as Nvidia states in its press release, the event should bring together more than 250,000 people over the four days (physically and virtually), but also allow more than 650 sessions led by researchers, developers and representatives of the industrial sector. Registrations are possible at this address.
AI more central than ever, and Nvidia can rub its hands on it
“This is the most extraordinary moment we have witnessed in the history of AI“, for his part commented Jensen Huang, emblematic leader of Nvidia. “New artificial intelligence technologies and their adoption, which are spreading rapidly, are transforming science and industry, and opening up new frontiers for thousands of new businesses. This will be our most important GTC to date“, continues the person concerned.
It must be said that through ChatGPT, AI benefits from a rare spotlight with the general public, but also from an ever-increasing interest among Tech giants, more aware than ever of its potential in an infinity of domains. For Nvidia, a past master in the art of developing GPUs dedicated to AI, this context is particularly conducive to the organization of an extraordinary GTC.
This 2023 edition should thus bring together many partners of the brand, attached both to the Tech market and to the automotive and industrial sectors. We note in particular Meta, Netflix, IBM, Siemens, Microsoft, Google, Pixar, Samsung, VMWare, TSMC, Amazon Robotics, AWS, ByteDance, Dell, Epic Games, Ford, General Motors, the Jaguar Land Rover group, Lockheed Martin, Shell or even the United States Space Force… to name but a few.
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