NVIDIA will host GTC 2022 from March 21 to 24
NVIDIA’s GTC 2022 technology Conference will be held on March 21, 2022. Founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang will deliver a number of major announcements during his keynote address and invite over 1,400 experts to deliver over 900 presentations in the fields of artificial intelligence, high performance computing and graphics.GTC 2022 Registration Website:https://www.nvidia.com/zh-tw/gtc/ in 2022, the GTC conference will be held on March 21st to 24th, focusing on acceleration arithmetic, deep learning, data science, Digital twin (Digital Twins), networks, quantum computing,As well as data centers, cloud computing and edge computing, there will also be more than 20 presentations on how AI can advance climate science with visualization.The event will also start with a Learning Day technology lecture on March 21, which will be brought by NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DL) and NVIDIA Academy subject experts. Topics will cover GPU computing agenda and AI workshop, etc.Suitable for students, developers and professionals, offering a wide range of learning and training opportunities.Experienced developers can also sign up for a variety of DLI courses, including 20 free short courses and 17 full-day workshops, to gain an in-depth understanding of AI and a DLI certificate for related topics.The original price of the all-day workshop is $500 per class, and the early Bird rate is $99 per class if you sign up before February 28. After February 28, the GTC rate will be restored at $149 per class. Members who sign up for the NVIDIA Developer Program from February 21 to the end of March will receive additional FREE GTC DLI classes.The GTC conference will be held from March 21 to 24, 2022. Registration is free to attend 1,400 professional presentations.Events include accelerated computing and development tools, autonomous vehicles, computer vision, cyber security and more.The GTC keynote by Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO of NVIDIA, will be streamed live on Tuesday, March 22 at 11pm, with no registration required. The replay will also be available on NVIDIA’s official website.