NVIDIA will hold GTC 2023 from March 20 to 23

NVIDIA has confirmed that GTC 2023 will be held from March 20 to 23. This event is one of the most important in the GPU sector, but in a broad sense, since the American company is not limited to presenting its novelties in the graphics sector, but also addresses other topics such as AI, autonomous driving, scientific research and content creation.

Last year the big star of the GTC was Hopper, the NVIDIA’s new architecture for servers and data centers. We already told you about it in detail and we saw that we were facing the most powerful graphics accelerator of its kind, and we also told you about other interesting novelties that the green giant presented taking advantage of the setting of said event, such as NVIDIA Grace, a super CPU for data centers. data, and Omniverse Cloud, a suite to enhance collaborative work in the cloud.

In the NVIDIA GTC 2023 we do not expect such important news at the hardware level. The highlight in this regard could be the presentation of the new NVIDIA RTX AX000 for laptops, based on the Ada Lovelace architecture, and we know from NVIDIA itself that That event will settle on two major themes: the metaverse and artificial intelligence. We also have references on the NVIDIA website to the development and creation of content, and its tools, and the transformation of industries through artificial intelligence.

NVIDIA has been one of the companies that has invested the most in artificial intelligence, both at the hardware and software level, and in the end this has been a winning bet, we just have to see how well positioned it is on different fronts with a technology that has become one of the most important of our era, both that could end up changing the world as we know it. With this in mind, it is totally understandable that AI is going to be one of the biggest themes at GTC 2023.

In this event, which can be followed online during the days that we have indicated, important figures will participate such as Jensen Huang, CEO of NVIDIA, Demis Hassabis, CEO of Deep Mind, Anima Anandkumar, Senior Director of ML Research at NVIDIA, Toru Saito, Vice Head of Subaru Lab at Subaru Corporation, and Kathryn Guarini, CIO of IBM Corporation. Without a doubt, an event worthy of being on your calendar, and that you should not miss.

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