NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang is set to headline the upcoming AI Summit in Tel Aviv, where he will showcase the latest advancements in generative AI and cloud computing. The two-day summit, scheduled to take place on October 15-16, is expected to attract over 2,500 developers, researchers, and decision-makers from Tel Aviv, one of the world’s leading technology hubs.
Israel has consistently ranked among the top countries for venture capital (VC) investments per capita, with over 6,000 startups in the country. Tel Aviv, in particular, is recognized as one of the top five cities globally for startups, according to the 2023 Global Startup Ecosystem report.
The NVIDIA AI Summit will feature more than 60 live sessions led by experts from NVIDIA and other tech leaders in the region. These sessions will delve into topics such as accelerated computing, robotics, cybersecurity, and climate science, offering attendees valuable insights into the latest trends and developments in these fields.
One of the key highlights of the summit will be the opportunity to network and gain insights from some of NVIDIA’s leading experts. This includes Kimberly Powell, vice president and general manager of healthcare; Deepu Talla, vice president and general manager of embedded and edge computing; Gilad Shainer, senior vice president of networking and HPC; and Gal Chechik, senior director and head of the Israel AI Research Center.
The summit encompasses various events and features aimed at providing attendees with a comprehensive learning experience. The keynote address by Jensen Huang will be livestreamed, allowing individuals around the world to access the session on-demand. Additionally, an ecosystem exhibition will showcase NVIDIA’s tech demos alongside contributions from partners and emerging startups from the NVIDIA Inception program.
The first day of the summit will be dedicated to intensive learning sessions organized by the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute. These sessions will cover a wide range of topics, including “Fundamentals of Deep Learning” and “Building AI-Based Cybersecurity Pipelines.” The second day will feature multiple tracks, including sessions on generative AI and LLMs, AI in healthcare, networking and developer tools, and NVIDIA Omniverse.
The NVIDIA AI Summit in Tel Aviv promises to be a dynamic and informative event where industry professionals can collaborate, share knowledge, and gain valuable insights into the latest advancements in AI and cloud computing. To learn more about the summit, visit the official website at: [https://www.nvidia.com/en-il/ai-summit-israel/](https://www.nvidia.com/en-il/ai-summit-israel/).
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