NVIDIA in Cambridge: Global centre of AI research (a Cambridge Network event)
NVIDIA recently announced its acquisition of Arm and the intention to develop a new global centre of excellence in AI research in Cambridge, creating a platform for innovation and industry partnerships in fields such as healthcare, robotics and self-driving cars. Join us to hear from NVIDIA’s David Hogan to discuss the company’s plans in Cambridge.
|Date||28 January 2021|
|Times||11am - 12 noon|
|Cost||Free for Members | £50+VAT for Non-Members|
As a part of the acquisition deal, NVIDIA will build on Arm’s R&D presence in the UK, establishing the Centre at Arm’s Cambridge campus. The plans for an Arm-powered AI supercomputer, training facilities for developers and a startup incubator have the potential to attract world-class research talent and create a platform for innovation and industry partnerships in fields such as healthcare, robotics and self-driving cars.
Cambridge Network welcomes NVIDIA as a new member and is grateful to David Hogan for giving this talk and Q&A session.
About the speaker: David Hogan leads NVIDIA’s Enterprise sales organisation which supports major customers adopting AI. The team covers many market verticals from Automotive to Financial Services to Oil & Gas to Healthcare. David also supports National Governments in developing their strategies for AI from technology to skills.
About NVIDIA: NVIDIA’s invention of the GPU in 1999 sparked the growth of the PC gaming market, redefined modern computer graphics and revolutionized parallel computing. More recently, GPU deep learning ignited modern AI — the next era of computing — with the GPU acting as the brain of computers, robots and self-driving cars that can perceive and understand the world.
Any Cambridge Network member may attend free of charge. To receive your member discount, please log in first, then return to this page and click Book Now!
Non-members may also attend this session at a fee of £50+VAT.
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