NVIDIA’s annual AI conference expecting 10K attendees

NVIDIA has released new details about its annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC), a four-day event dedicated to AI technology.

GTC 2020 will be held in San Jose, California, and is scheduled to begin March 22. The conference is expected to draw more than 10,000 attendees and 250 exhibitors—including AI heavyweights such as AWS, Google and Microsoft—and the keynote address will be given by Jensen Huang, NVIDIA founder and CEO.

GTC 2020 will also feature an “AI art gallery,” a first in the conference’s 11-year history, hands-on training sessions led by a variety of AI specialists.

“A variety of industries will be represented in the talks, networking events, and experts attending GTC,” according to an update shared on NVIDIA’s website. “This year’s topics include everything from data science to gaming to visualization, and industries ranging from entertainment to healthcare to retail.”

Registration information for GTC 2020 is available here.

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