NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference goes online in October

CEO Jensen Huang will kick things off with a keynote.

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Kris Holt
August 17th, 2020
SANTA CLARA, CA - MAY 10:  A sign is posted in front of the Nvidia headquarters on May 10, 2018 in Santa Clara, California. Nvidia Corporation will report first quarter earnings today after the closing bell.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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NVIDIA has announced it will run a digital version of its GTC conference from October 5th-9th. There’ll be a keynote from CEO and founder Jensen Huang on the first day of the event at 9AM ET. That’ll mark his second GTC keynote of the year.

The conference will cover innovations in artificial intelligence, graphics, virtual reality and much more across a swathe of industries and government services. NVIDIA will host localized streams during the event for North America, Europe, Israel, India, Taiwan, Japan and Korea. There’ll be four hours of live programming per day in each region, such as Q&As, as well as on-demand sessions. There’ll be more than 500 sessions in total, along with 16 full-day workshops.

Much of the attention will be on Huang’s keynote, however. He tends to reveal a heap of news during those. Though NVIDIA will unveil its next-gen graphics cards next month, we could learn a bit more about the future of GeForce at GTC too.

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