Nvidia’s GTC Keynote will take place this Wednesday

Nvidia's GTC Keynote will take place this Wednesday

Nvidia’s GTC Keynote will take place this Wednesday

 
Nvidia’s GTC keynote will be taking place this Wednesday at 9 am PT (5PM BST), where CEO Jensen Huang will be discussing the future of the company with regards to VR, artificial intelligence and deep learning. 
 
At this event last year, Nvidia announced their Pascal-based Tesla P100, the first Nvidia GPU to use HBM2 and the first GPU in the companies Pascal deep-learning lineup. At this time it is unknown if Nvidia plans to announce any new products at this event, though Volta is not expected to make an appearance at this event, at least in a consumer oriented product. 
 
Nvidia typically does not gaming products at this data-centric event, with the highlights of this event likely coming in the form of self-driving car technology and in-depth data analytics and deep learning applications for GPU power.   

  

GTC is the largest and most important event of the year for GPU developers.

GTC and the global GTC event series offer valuable training and a showcase of the most vital work in the computing industry today – including artificial intelligence and deep learning, healthcare, virtual reality, accelerated analytics, and self-driving cars.

 

Nvidia's GTC Keynote will take place this Wednesday  

Nvidia’s GTC Keynote is usually streamed live online, though consumers can expect to hear little about new gaming technologies and a lot about data analytics. 

 

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