NVIDIA GTC 2023 - Change the World with a Career in AI
Date: March 22
Time: 9:00am - 10:30am
Host URL and External registration link: https://nvda.ws/3JhJAQx
AI is creating opportunities, making history, and turbocharging scientific breakthroughs. From record-setting DNA sequencing to the most advanced computing chips, systems, and software of the future, we're seeing true innovators develop solutions that change the world. If you're a student inspired by AI but don’t know where to begin, this is a great opportunity to learn from today’s leading experts.
Join us on March 22nd for this GTC panel and learn about their accomplishments, challenges, and lessons learned.
Dan Barry - Dan is a co-founder of both Fellow-AI and Quantum Therapeutics. He develops AI models for a wide variety of applications such as identifying small molecules that bind to protein targets as potential drugs for cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. He is a former NASA astronaut and a veteran of three space flights, four spacewalks, and two trips to the International Space Station. Fun Fact: He was on the show survivor!
Laura N. Montoya - Laura is the founder and managing partner of Accel Impact Organizations, including Accel AI Institute, and Latinx in AI (LXAI) and a director with Women Who Code.
Zongyuan Ge - Associate Professor Zongyuan Ge conducts interdisciplinary research at the boundary between Medical Artificial Intelligence, Computer-aided Diagnosis, Biomedical Engineering, Digital Health, Medical Imaging and Machine Learning and is a multi-award-winning medical information science and technology entrepreneur.
Maya Ackerman - Maya Ackerman is an award-winning artificial intelligence expert, named a "2020 Woman of influence" by the Silicon Valley Business Journal. Maya is the CEO/co-founder of WaveAI, which created the world’s most advanced generative lyrics assistant, LyricStudio.
Karthik Kashinath - Karthik is a senior machine learning scientist and technologist at NVIDIA. Before joining NVIDIA in August 2021, he was at NERSC, Lawrence Berkeley Lab, where he led various climate informatics and machine-learning projects at the Big Data Center.
Louis Stewart - Louis is the moderator for the session and is currently the head of strategic initiatives for NVIDIA's global developer ecosystem. He works with minority-serving institutions, government entities, industry partners, and a variety of affinity groups to build relationships that improve tech preparedness, grow the overall developer base, and foster a more inclusive AI community.