With many big tech giants canceling their flagship events amid the increasing COVID-19 outbreak, Nvidia has decided to go online with their flagship GPU Technology Conference. Earlier the event was scheduled to take place in San Jose, California from March 22 to March 26, and now, the company will host the same event online on the same dates.
Nvidia has taken this decision to shift the event online due to growing concerns from the coronavirus outbreak. The company also announced that it will refund the registration costs taken from all the attendees who had registered for the event. The online event will take place on the same dates and it will be available as a free to attend event for all the registrants.
The company recently announced in a statement that this decision to move the event online instead of at the San Jose Convention Center reflects our top priority that is focused on the health and safety of our employees, our partners, and our customers.
The newly converted online event will witness Nvidia’s founder and CEO Jensen Huang delivering a keynote whereas other speakers will present their work through the online delivery platforms.
GTC Digital has been providing attendees with a platform for great training, research, insights, and direct access to the brilliant minds of NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference. The online event will now host live webinars, training, and online experts sessions wherein attendees will get a chance to select their options from a library of talks, panels, research posters, and demos.
The company has already published their schedule online for attendees to choose their own schedule, at your own pace along with new on-demand content which will be announced every Thursday starting March 26. The on-demand talks will host live talks and Q&A sessions along with hundreds of on-demand recordings on a wide range of topics.