Microsoft ChatGPT, Google Bard… But what NVIDIA has under its magic hat? 🪄🎩
Have you heard of Microsoft ChatGPT and Google Bard? Probably yes! These are two of the most talked-about applications of large language models (LLMs) in AI, and both companies had their events to announce what they are working on.
But what does NVIDIA have to offer when it comes to these technologies? GTC Spring is the answer!
If you don’t want to miss the latest advances in LLMs and generative AI, register for GTC Spring now. It is free, and you will be able to watch the live sessions from March 20–23. CEO Jensen Huang’s keynote will be on March 21, 2023 at 8 a.m. PDT and no advance registration is required to watch his presentation.
At GTC Spring, NVIDIA will also showcase the latest advancements in LLMs and how they can be used to build content for real-world applications, such as content generation, summarization, chatbots, drug discovery, marketing content creation, code generation, and more.
List of LLMs and generative-AI related sessions:
- How to use Generative AI to Build Content for Real-World Applications
- AI for Software Development (Based on LLMs)
- How to Efficiently Build and Deploy Large Language Models
- Leveraging Large Language Models for Generating Content
- AI-Powered Drug Discovery
- Generative Deep Learning with BioNeMo for Protein Therapeutics
- Exploring the Frontiers of Generative AI
- Deep Learning, LLM’s & Generative Models for Computer Games and Creative Industries
GTC Spring will also feature discussions from early pioneers of LLMs from Inworld.AI, Latitude, and Writer.AI about their successes and challenges with using LLMs.
The potential of LLMs doesn’t stop there. You’ll also hear about AI-powered drug discovery and how NVIDIA AI cloud services can help you train and deploy state-of-the-art models. And if you’re interested in using LLMs for protein therapeutics, you’ll learn about BioNeMo, which combines transformers with variational autoencoders to design novel proteins.
Attendees will better understand the capabilities, limitations, and future opportunities of foundational models from the panel “Exploring the Frontiers of Generative AI.”
Finally, there’s the session “Deep Learning, LLM’s & Generative Models for Computer Games and Creative Industries,” which looks at the use of deep learning models for real-time graphics and offline creative industries. This session explores innovations from NVIDIA and its partners in this area.
So, see you there! Where by the way, I will be covering the Keynote in a YouTube live stream with the famous AI Youtuber DotCSV. Stay tuned and register to be the first to know what is new in the world of AI!