Come experience NVIDIA GTC for even more inspiring content, expert-led sessions, and a must-see keynote to accelerate your life’s work.
Scheduled between March 20 and 23, this year’s GTC will focus on AI computing systems, generative AI, industrial metaverse, and robotics from Nvidia.
One of the most-awaited developer conferences, Nvidia GTC, is just around the corner. Scheduled between March 20 and 23, this year’s GTC will focus on the latest advancements from Nvidia in areas of AI computing systems, generative AI, industrial metaverse, and robotics.
The Nvidia GTC would feature a keynote by chief Jensen Huang and hold over 650 sessions with researchers, developers, and industry leaders in almost every computing domain. The keynote announcement by Huang will be live-streamed on Tuesday, March 21, at 8:30 PM IST (8 AM PT).
The event will feature a special fireside chat with Huang and OpenAI co-founder Ilya Sutskever, alongside talks by DeepMind’s Demis Hassabis, Stability AI’s Emad Mostaque, and many others.
Hardware, gaming and others
Nvidia has been making waves in the PC GPU market with the variants, RTX 4090, 4080, 4070, 4060, and 4050, starting to ship and power some of the best gaming laptops. It is highly possible that Nvidia will announce GeForce RTX 4070 since the rumours have it being released in April. The GPU will be a blend of optimal price and performance, likely providing a mid-range option for end-users. We can expect more updates on the release of 4060 and 4050 to arrive.
Last year, Nvidia announced the release of CUDA’s software toolkit update 12.0, which focuses on new programming models and accelerating processing capabilities. The company has also leapfrogged into building a platform for hybrid classical-quantum computing. The QODA architecture which powers this platform will be crucial to achieving all future quantum advantage. There are more reasons to believe that Nvidia will announce potential collaborations and use cases with QODA.
On the autonomous technology front, Nvidia Drive, an end-to-end modular development platform, announced at GTC 2021, is leveraged by companies like Arrow, Foxconn, and Polestar, for designing autonomous vehicles. With a surge in automobile companies looking up to driver-assistance systems for future development, GTC will also involve more such partnerships and customer case studies in this area.
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