NVIDIA will host an event series for developers of graphics processing unit-based computing technologies on Oct. 26 and 27 at The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C.
The GPU Technology Conference will include hands-on artificial intelligence technology training, industry discussions and engagement with NVIDIA employees, the visual computing company said.
GTC DC also aims to discuss how technologies such as deep learning, AI, high-performance computing, autonomous machines and virtual reality will affect healthcare, federal, defense, Internet of Things, drones and robotics industries, among others.
William Dally, NVIDIA chief scientist and senior vice president of research, will keynote the conference along with National Science Foundation Director France Cordova, the latter of whom will discuss NSF’s efforts to support discovery and technological development in the U.S.
GPU computing involves the use of a graphics processing unit with a CPU to support deep learning, analytics and engineering applications.
NVIDIA is a visual computing company that works in the gaming, professional visualization, data center and auto markets.