An attendee at NVIDIA GTC Conference explores a virtual reality headset. I was thrilled to photograph the NVIDIA GTCDC conference back in October. I knew NVIDIA created graphics cards, but didn't realize their implications. Two of the biggest themes were "Big Data" and automated driving.
NVIDIA's Greg Estes, VP Developer Programs, welcomes attendees to the GTCDC Conference.
Big Data refers to processing large amounts of data to create solutions, such as making cancer research more efficient and widely accessible. Virtual reality was obviously a big draw, but its implication for automated driving is really interesting.
NVIDIA representative explains automated driving processors.
From a cancer research panel discussion.
Jerry Lee, Deputy Director for Cancer Research and Technology , Office of the Vice President, speaks during the "Is Artificial Intelligence Ready to Join the Cancer Fight?" panel. Erik Lindahl (left) and Gurvaneet Randhawa spoke at the "Is Artificial Intelligence Ready to Join the Cancer Fight?" panel. Lindahl is a professor at Stockholm University. Randhawa is a medical officer at the National Cancer Institute.
An attendee explores a game through virtual reality.
An attendee takes a virtual trip on a simulated Underwater SEAL Delivery Vehicle.
An attendee tests a wearable device that describes the world to blind and visually impaired people at the Horus Technology booth.