NVIDIA has revealed plans to host the highly anticipated GTC 2024 conference at the San Jose Convention Center from March 18-21, marking the return of the event to in-person format after five years. With an expected attendance of over 300,000 individuals, either in person or virtually, the event promises to be a milestone gathering in the field of accelerated computing, generative AI, and robotics.

Founder and CEO Jensen Huang will kick off the event with a keynote address from the SAP Center on March 18 at 1 p.m. Pacific time, which will be live-streamed and available on demand. Since Huang’s groundbreaking keynote on machine learning at GTC 2014, NVIDIA has been leading the charge in the AI revolution, with its platforms driving advancements across various sectors including language models, cybersecurity, healthcare, and more.

The conference will feature an extensive program of 900 sessions and over 300 exhibitors showcasing how NVIDIA platforms are powering breakthroughs in industries such as aerospace, agriculture, automotive, healthcare, and telecommunications. Highlighting the significance of generative AI, Huang emphasized the transformative potential it holds for governments, industries, and organizations worldwide, making GTC the premier AI conference where the global ecosystem convenes to share knowledge and push the boundaries of innovation.

Notable speakers at GTC 2024 include executives and leaders from OpenAI, Microsoft GenAI, Google DeepMind, Meta, Stanford University, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, SAP Labs, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic, Boston Dynamics, and more. Over 1,000 organizations, including industry giants like Adobe, Amazon, Dell Technologies, Netflix, Pixar, Walt Disney Animation Studios, and many others, will participate, showcasing the latest advancements in technology and innovation.

Registration for NVIDIA GTC 2024 is now open, offering participants the opportunity to join the global AI community in exploring the future of technology and its impact on society and industry.

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