At the thirty-second Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurlPS) in Montreal, Canada, NVIDIA will host the NVIDIA AI Tech Summit, a half-day workshop about how GPU-accelerated computing is transforming the landscape of computational science and AI.
We’ll explore the future of GPU computing, give you the latest analysis of NVIDIA’s AI platforms, and demo our software.
Bryan Catanzaro, NVIDIA’s Vice President of Applied Deep Learning Research will lead the workshop, and several NVIDIA researchers and engineers will present their work.
“NeurIPS is the premier AI conference, and researchers from all over the world come together for it,” said Catanzaro. “We’re excited to host this workshop because it gives us an opportunity to show the AI community what we’re doing as a company, to help researchers make progress in their work.
The workshop will include discussions on software, frameworks, and hardware. A complete schedule of the workshop will be released prior to the event.
This is the first year the Expo will be held. The event is free and open to the public but requires registration. Attendees participating in the conference also need to register for the Expo.
The workshop will be held from 8:00 am – 12:30 PM on Sunday, December 2 in room 511C at the Convention Center in Montreal.