The NVIDIA AI Summit will be held in Tel Aviv on the 15th and 16th of October. NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang will be speaking at the event to bring to light the latest and greatest in cloud computing and generative AI that the company has to offer.
Israel is already among the top countries in the world in terms of venture capital investments per capita, with over 6000 startups already in the country. Tel Aviv itself has been placed among the top 5 cities globally for startups according to the 2023 Global Startup Ecosystem report.
This summit held by NVIDIA will also bring over 2,500 researchers, developers, C-suite executives, and decision-makers to the city, which has become one of the most important technology hubs on the planet.
Over 60 live sessions, not just by the experts from NVIDIA, but also from other experts in the industry from the region, have been organised for the summit. Topics like robotics, cybersecurity, accelerated computing, and climate science are the topics of discussion for the forum.
The key points and events of note for the summit are as follows:
Huang’s keynote will occur on Monday, October 16, at 10 a.m. Israel time (11 p.m. Pacific) and will be livestreamed, followed by on-demand access.
An exhibition hall at the Summit will include NVIDIA’s technological demonstrations with contributions from NVIDIA Inception program partners and rising entrepreneurs.
The NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute hosts intense learning sessions on the first day of the conference. Workshops include a variety of subjects, including “Fundamentals of Deep Learning” and “Building AI-Based Cybersecurity Pipelines.” The Edge AI & Robotics Developer Day events will cover AI advancements and the NVIDIA Jetson Orin platform.
Multiple programs will be offered on the second day, covering topics such as generative AI and LLMs, AI in healthcare, networking and developer tools, and NVIDIA Omniverse.