NVIDIA announces CEO Jensen Huang keynote at AI Summit on October 16

Published: Sep 28th 2023, 09:32 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA announces Jensen’s keynote at AI Summit

A Special Event in Tel Aviv.

NVIDIA is set to kick off its AI Summit on October 15 in Tel Aviv, offering an in-person experience for attendees from the AI industry to engage in discussions on various aspects of artificial intelligence. As a leading company driving AI acceleration with its GPUs, NVIDIA has something special in store for October 16th – a keynote address featuring its CEO.

During this keynote, Jensen Huang will delve into the latest developments in generative AI and accelerated computing. While this won’t necessarily include a new product unveiling, it will provide a valuable opportunity to revisit key insights and ideas he shared in previous keynotes earlier this year. Following this address, Jensen will participate in a conversation with David Rosenthal, co-founder and co-host of the Acquired podcast. You can watch the livestream of this event on October 16th at 10 AM GTM+3.

Don’t Miss This Special Event
Watch NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang’s keynote followed by a conversation with Acquired podcast Co-host David Rosenthal.

Monday, October 16 at 10 a.m. Israel Time (GMT +3)

This October, developers, decision makers, and business leaders gather in-person at EXPO Tel Aviv to boost their skills and share their expertise. The two-day summit is a unique opportunity to hear from NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang in-person, explore technical training from beginner to advanced levels, connect with experts, hear innovative discussions from AI pioneers, attend networking events, and discover a pavilion packed with hands-on demos.

The NVIDIA AI Summit is set to feature developer sessions led by esteemed engineers from NVIDIA and industry experts who are actively involved in advancing the latest Large Language Models (LLM) and CUDA-powered applications. These sessions will revolve around exploring the future of generative AI and digital twins, with a particular emphasis on NVIDIA’s virtual realm known as Omniverse.

Attendees can expect deep dives into a wide range of topics, including cybersecurity, smart spaces, drug discovery, and other markets driven by the power of AI, during various dedicated sessions. You can find the list of these sessions here.

Source: NVIDIA

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