NVIDIA to Host Forums, Hands-On Training in AI, Deep Learning at GPU Tech Conference

NVIDIA (Nasdaq: NVDA) will hold a three-day conference series to provide participants an opportunity to undergo training and gain insights about artificial intelligence and deep learning.

The third-annual GPU Technology Conference to be held from Oct. 22 to 24 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C., will bring together government and industry leaders to discuss the recent advancements in big data, virtual reality, high-performance computing, self-driving cars and accelerated data science, among others.

Suzette Kent

Suzette Kent, federal chief information officer, will keynote the event along with Ian Buck, vice president of accelerated computing at NVIDIA.

Buck is set to discuss how next-generation AI will help create jobs and contribute to the global economy.

A forum will explore the latest AI developments in medical imaging, drug discovery and genomics, while Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) will host a session on how AI could help transform government operations.

Ian Buck

Attendees can get a chance to join hands-on training in AI and earn certifications through NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Institute.

The training workshops will allow participants to learn the basic principles of deep learning for computer vision, natural language processing and health care image analysis as well as the fundamentals of accelerated computing with the CUDA platform.

Click here to register.

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