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Nvidia's announcements at last week's GTC Developer Conference will make possible higher throughput performance in AI and high-end computing applications.
March 28, 2022
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang announced several AI and computing advances at last week’s GTC for AI developers. Image courtesy of Reuters/Alamy
Computing technology company Nvidia announced a number of products and technology enhancements at last week’s GTC Developer Conference, and the role of AI (artificial intelligence) was a common thread in many of the announcements. Whether the announcements were in computing platforms, robotics, or virtual collaboration, the pervading theme was the role AI and machine learning would play in improving processing throughput and enabling more applications requiring the ability to make intelligent decisions in real time rather than taking hours.
In a keynote presentation last week, Nvidia CEO Jensen elaborated on several new products and technology enhancements, which follow below.
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