NVIDIA announced last week that its GTC (GPU Technology Conference) 2022 event will be held over four days in March with hundreds of sessions on artificial intelligence, high-performance computing and, of course, graphics. presentations and demonstrations by technologists and experts from some of the world’s largest companies.
NVIDIA GTC is an event for developers, researchers, engineers and innovators primarily focused on AI. The last GTC was held virtually from November 8-11, 2021, and the next event will also be held in the same way next month. The previous GTC featured artificial intelligence, virtual reality, automotive and healthcare presentations. The next event will also feature presentations on various subjects.
NVIDIA’s GTC 2022 conference will be a virtual event taking place March 21-24. The keynote will be given by the company’s founder and CEO, Jensen Huang, on March 22 at 8:00 am (PST). In a press release announcing the GTC dates, NVIDIA said the event will focus on accelerated computing, deep learning, data science, digital twins, networking, quantum computing and computing in the data center, cloud and edge. One of the areas of focus for the GTC 2022 will be autonomous vehicles, with many of the presentations centering on “harnessing the latest AI innovations to accelerate smart transportation”. It will also include more than 20 sessions on how AI can help climate science. Registration for the event is now open at nvidia.com/gtcbut it is not necessary to view the keynote.
According to NVIDIA, the GTC 2022 will feature more than 900 sessions with 1,400 speakers, including leading researchers and technologists from tech companies, as well as elected officials, space researchers, sports organizations, the US military and more. Companies and organizations participating in the event include Epic Games, Mercedes-Benz, Microsoft, Pfizer, Sony, Visa, Walt Disney, Zoom, Deloitte, Amazon, Autodesk, Barclays, Bloomberg, Cisco, Cornell University, DeepMind, Dell Technologies, Ericsson , Flipkart, Google Brain, Lockheed Martin, NASA, NFL, Snap, US Air Force, VMware and more.
It’s not immediately clear whether NVIDIA will announce new consumer-centric products at the next event, but that’s unlikely to be the case. While the company has unveiled a new processor at GTC 2020, it’s typically an event reserved for developers, researchers and engineers, meaning there’s unlikely to be any consumer-facing announcements at the event. NVIDIA The 2022 GTC 2022 is expected to be an exciting day for tech enthusiasts, especially those interested in artificial intelligence, deep learning, etc.