Jensen Huang, the CEO of NVIDIA delivered a wide-ranging keynote address from home, which the Santa Clara-California-based graphics processing unit (GPU) company dubbed the “kitchen keynote.”
Today we set out a vision for the next generation of computing that shifts the focus of the global information economy from servers to a new class of powerful, flexible #datacenters. Our CEO, Jensen Huang, covers it all in the #GTC20 “kitchen keynote”: https://t.co/5xCD7PbSoi pic.twitter.com/NNehQ3Q5cP
— NVIDIA (@nvidia) May 14, 2020
This keynote was an online event that followed a digital version of the GPU Technology Conference in late March. The keynote covered the state of (and advances in) NVIDIA’s portfolio, from AI to robotics to their RTX GPU line, which is arguably most of interest to gamersWhen translated to YouTube, the address was a nine-part keynote, but Engadget opted to crunch a few of the bigger talking points from the keynote topics down to a 10-minute summary.
Does NVIDIA’s keynote deliver the goods that matter to you? Whether you check out the synopsis or the full-length keynote, you can be the judge!
Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos!
Whether you are an event coordinator, press, or general attendee, if you have an event video to share with us, please let us know and we’ll be happy to feature it!