NVIDIA is taking their GPU Technology Conference (GTC) of GPU, VR, AI power and prowess to DC in early November (1st and 2nd). At GTC in DC, expect a focus on AI and machine learning in particular, where application in government and research work are an emerging match of interests. Still, there’s plenty to see in the graphics-fueled area of VR and high-powered mainstream level chipsets and software, as is traditional to an NVIDIA GTC event. The twist is that many of the talks and demos on these topics will be delivered by experts from the fields of aeronautics and military technology laboratories. Perhaps some game-like or serious game military and healthcare simulations might be part of the event’s talks or exhibits?
But, if you want to see the full agenda for yourself, with over 100 sessions and over 130 speakers, the full spread of the schedule is now online through this link.
In keeping with the regional focus in and around Washington D.C,, and perhaps to attract the potentially interested amongst the suit-and-tie government set, NVIDIA is offering attendance to government workers for free. Otherwise, attendees can register for $400 for the conference and $800 if you throw in training. Academics and non-profits can attend at half off.
For all the information you might want to know about NVIDIA’s plans for the GTC DC event, visit the official site for all the details!