The upcoming NVIDIA AI Conference in Singapore on October 24 will feature a prominent line-up of speakers from around the world. With a strong focus on the transformation that artificial intelligence (AI) has brought about globally, the speakers will cover smart cities, industry and research and development in three tracks.
The line-up includes luminaries and experts from the industry, academia, research, and technology vendors – from startups to technology giants.
Kicking off the conference will be two keynote speakers – Dr David B Kirk, NVIDIA Fellow and inventor of more than 60 patents and patent applications relating to graphics design; and Dr Wanli Min, AI scientist of Alibaba Cloud, who will touch on “A Revolutionary Road to Data Intelligence”.
Other prominent speakers include: • Garry Swan, Executive Manager of Scientific Computing Platforms, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia • Jane Shen Shengmei, Assistant Director, Panasonic R&D Center Singapore • Li GuangDa, CTO and Co-Founder, ViSenze, Singapore • Albert Alexander, Co-Founder and CEO, Glueck Technologies, Malaysia • Steve Lee Hee Kwang, Chief Information Officer and Group SVP (Technology), Changi Airport Group, Singapore • Marcelo H Ang Jr, Associate Professor and Director, Advanced Robotics Centre, National University of Singapore
“NVIDIA is excited to bring together this illustrious line-up of speakers who are using AI to transform their industries and the world. The gathering of researchers and developers can learn much as these speakers share their knowledge and experience in deep learning,” said Raymond Teh, vice president of APAC sales and marketing, NVIDIA.
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