Watch Nvidia’s GTC 2021 Keynote Here

Watch Nvidia's GTC 2021 Keynote Here

Watch Nvidia’s GTC 2021 Keynote Here

Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference starts today, with CEO Jensen Huang hosting the conference’s keynote once again from his kitchen. The show will start at 4:30 PM UK time, and 8.30 am PDT, 11.30 am EDT in the US. 

For PC gamers, Nvidia has teased that there will be “Easter eggs” in the show that may allow eagle-eyed viewers to win some “coveted items (like a GeForce RTX 3090!)” if they “Tweet the hidden treasures you find (and the timestamp where you found them in the keynote) to @NVIDIAGTC and use the hashtag #GTCTreasure“. Happy hunting!

Most of Nvidia’s GTC conference is set to focus on Nvidia plans for “the future of computing”, which will span from software to silicon and services and discuss areas like Edge computing, datacenters and the cloud. We also expect Nvidia to continue discussing their self-driving vehicle ambitions. 

    Don’t blink. Accelerated computing is moving innovation forward faster than ever.

And there’s no way to get smarter, quicker, about how it’s changing your world than to tune in to NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang’s GTC keynote Monday, April 12, starting at 8:30 a.m. PT.

The keynote, delivered again from the kitchen in Huang’s home, will kick off a conference with more than 1,500 sessions covering just about every innovation — from quantum computing to AI — that benefits from moving faster.  


    NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang kicks off #GTC21?? with a “”kitchen keynote”” that presents the latest breakthroughs in #AI??, data science, high performance computing, graphics, edge computing, networking, and autonomous machines.

Following the keynote, GTC sessions offer a deep dive into the technologies transforming our world presented by prestigious researchers, including Turing Award winners, business leaders, and industry pioneers. With over 1600 sessions to explore – and free to attend – don’t miss the chance to discover how to accelerate your business and you.


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