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NVIDIA’s GTC: The Near Term Future Of Advanced AI

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2021/04/02 23:02:10 (permalink)
One of the major trends this decade is in AI development, and one of the areas that are moving the fastest is Automotive AI.  It has become such a significant trend that NVIDIA’s coming GTC conference has made a massive investment towards AI developers and innovators this year.  In general, AI has favored GPU technology for accelerators and has become a massive driver for its future potential revenue.
Automotive AI has also become one of the fastest areas of AI growth. Companies discovered that this technology, once mature, can be applied to other types of workloads because it is massively parallel and data-rich. The same base technology can be applied to ever broader transportation areas (including flying cars, planes, spacecraft,  and ships). Some of the benefiting areas include robotics, building management, security, and other uses where the AI must make rapid decisions based on complex data streams.
 
https://www.datamation.co...future-of-advanced-ai/
 
https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2021/04/02/gtc-virtual-bigger/
 
 
KEYNOTE APRIL 12 8:30 A.M. PDT
https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/gtc/


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    Re: NVIDIA’s GTC: The Near Term Future Of Advanced AI 2021/04/03 14:15:23 (permalink)
    interesting stuff AI, but it has a long way to go

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    Re: NVIDIA’s GTC: The Near Term Future Of Advanced AI 2021/04/03 20:14:48 (permalink)
    3080ti and 3070ti will be release after GTC
     
    it be mid april
     
    they said it was pushed back til may.....no
    paper launch April (probably at GTC)- actual avail maybe May
     
    the first stories said April (which is GTC time)
     
    if all models or SKU's are introduced - its a 6 month timeline to next series - at least thats how it happened with each series
    so expect 4000 series sometime in jan next year
     
    maybe see HPC version in May or at GTC
     
     


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    Re: NVIDIA’s GTC: The Near Term Future Of Advanced AI 2021/04/09 04:46:54 (permalink)

    Jensen cooking again

    NVIDIA announced that GTC 2021 keynote will be delivered from Jensen Huang’s kitchen.
     
    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all NVIDIA public events have been replaced with online events. The last year’s GTC (Graphics Technology Conference) keynote was delivered from NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang’s kitchen. Since then the CEO continued to deliver announcements and product updates from the same place. With the COVID outbreak not ending anytime soon, Chef Jensen will deliver another GTC keynote from his own kitchen.
     
    Last year, just days before the GTC 2020 event, NVIDIA published a teaser named “What’s Jensen been cooking?”. It was a video of Jensen Huang taking the NVIDIA HGX system based on Ampere GA100 out of his own oven. The fact that NVIDIA publishes a similar teaser again, except this time in a written form, might indicate that we will see new hardware being shown at GTC 2021 as well.
    NVIDIA GTC keynotes were never about consumer products, therefore no one should expect GeForce graphics card to appear there. However, Jensen has been revealing workstation Quadro series, datacenter Tesla accelerators, NVIDIA Drive automobile chips, and also Jetson embedded system at GTC each year, so this is exactly what we should expect.
    There are been leaks on the next-generation RTX Ampere series (workstation series previously called Quadro). NVIDIA has so far only released RTX A6000 based on GA102 GPU, but since then the manufacturer has already released GA104 and GA106 GPUs for the consumer market. Both processors are rumored to launch under RTX A5000 and RTX A4000. At the same time, we expect to hear more about the Tesla T4 successor called NVIDIA A10.
    The GTC 2021 keynote will take place on April 12 at 8:30 AM Pacific Time. The company announced that the event will feature “a few surprises” and encouraged users to be on the lookout.
     
    https://videocardz.com/ne...ynote-from-his-kitchen
     
     
    don't be surprised if we see lovelace 
     
    it's already sampling for nintendo switch
     
    so they have silicon - how much??? well any would go to HPC first to keep Intel in the rear view mirror 
     
     
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