NVIDIA GTC - the conference for AI innovators, technologists, and creatives - will return from 12-16 April, online, and this time, it’s bigger than ever - with 1400+ free sessions from AI pioneers, including Jürgen Schmidhuber, Yann LeCun, Geoffrey Hinton, and Yoshua Bengio.
GTC brings together brilliant, creative minds looking to ignite ideas, build new skills, and forge new connections to take on the world’s biggest challenges. Now, on the virtual stage, we’re including even more innovators from around the world, with interactive sessions and hands-on training.
Registration is free and gives you access to all the webinars, ‘Connect with Experts’ sessions, demos, research posters, and more. You can sign up here.
It all kicks off at 5:30 pm CEST on April 12 with an announcement-packed keynote from NVIDIA CEO and Founder Jensen Huang. Access to Jensen’s live GTC keynote does not require registration and promises to include a number of surprises, so be sure to watch.
You also won’t want to miss:
The African AI developer community is one of the fastest-growing in the world and is rapidly evolving. In this panel, explore the opportunities and challenges of investing in human capital and addressing a community that mostly learns through non-traditional pathways.
Community leaders from Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, and Zimbabwe will discuss Africa's developer ecosystems. They'll touch on the value of developer communities, some of the barriers African developers face, and the role technology companies such as NVIDIA play. They’ll also discuss their thoughts on the future of technology in Africa and how communities are bridging the gap between then and now.
Once you’ve registered for your free conference pass, you can opt to further advance your AI and accelerated computing skills at GTC by adding world-class instructor-led training from the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DLI) to your ticket, for $249 per workshop. Check out the offerings here.
Let’s invent the future together at GTC. Register free today.