Jensen Huang, the CEO of NVIDIA, will return to the virtual keynote stage for the GTC Fall 2021 showcase of the technology giant’s latest offerings and roadmap for the near future, focusing on AI for this online event. GTC Fall 2021 takes place November 8-11, with the keynote premiering at 12AM Pacific Standard Time (PST) and rebroadcasting at 8AM PST on Nov. 9.
If you don’t necessarily plan to attend GTC Fall 2021 online, the keynote is easily accessible through the following link to YouTube, where NVIDIA will be streaming the keynote address.
Expect artificial intelligence (AI) to take front-and-center stage for this keynote. At GTC, you’ll find discussions about AI (and NVIDIA’s role in each) in the enterprise, data center, robotics, healthcare, and autonomous vehicles. Gaming, AI, and the newly-empowered discussion about the metaverse will also have a place on the GTC Fall 2021 stage. Beyond the keynote, here’s a few of the gaming-centered sessions and panels NVIDIA has curated for the event:
- A Vision for the Metaverse | Dean Takahashi, Lead Writer, GamesBeat/VentureBeat; Tim Sweeney, Founder and CEO, Epic Games; Morgan McGuire, Chief Scientist, Roblox; Rev Lebaredian, VP of Simulation Technology and Omniverse Engineering, NVIDIA; Patrick Cozzi, CEO, Cesium; William Cui, Vice President of Tencent Games, Tencent; Christina Heller, CEO, Metastage; Jinsoo Jeon, VP, Head of Metaverse Company, SK Telecom
- Beyond Game Streaming – Cloud-Native Games | Julien Bouvrais, Head of Studio, Eidos-Sherbrooke
- Towards Advanced Automated Game Testing with AI | Konrad Tolmar, Director of AI Research, Electronic Arts
- Ray Tracing in One Weekend | Peter Shirley, Distinguished Scientist, NVIDIA |
- More Realistic 3D Reconstruction of Human Performances | Charles Dupont, Head of Product, Dimension Studios
For the entire list, stop by this link summarizing GTC’s gaming talks and panels over the next couple days. On the horizon, GTC 2022 is expected to bring back the in-person format for their March 22-24 event. Until then, this upcoming keynote and GTC event will have to satisfy your itches to learn more about NVIDIA’s plans for AI, GPUs, and more.