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NVIDIA announces details on its GTC 2020 conference

The GTC will take place in late March 2020. (Source: NVIDIA)
The GTC will take place in late March 2020. (Source: NVIDIA)
The GPU Technology Conference (or GTC) 2020 has been set to begin on March 23 of this year. It will open with a keynote from NVIDIA's CEO and founder, Jensen Huang. The company also claims there will be over 1000 other speakers from various organisations across over 600 sessions at the 3-day event.

NVIDIA has revealed that this year's GTC will take place from March 23 to 26, 2020. It will be opened by a talk from Jensen Huang, as with last year. This time, the keynote subject will be deep learning, its use-cases and wins in this industry to date.

The graphics giant has indicated that this speech, which will take place at 14:00 on GTC 2020's first day, will be followed up by about 600 additional sessions featuring talks from over 1000 speakers. These are to include Claire Delaunay, NVIDIA Engineering's vice president; Gil Bloch, the principal architect at Mellanox; Christopher Daley, a HPC performance engineer at the Berkerley National Laboratory and Sarah Mokhtar, a computational designer at KPF.

However, this main 3-day event will be preceded by a day of workshops and training events on March 22, 2020. The 2020 GTC will be held at the State University at San José, California. NVIDIA notes that discounts for early-bird ticket bookings for its latest "premier AI" event ends on February 13, 2020.

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2020-02- 2 (Update: 2020-02- 2)
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