Nvidia cancels AI summit scheduled to be held in Israel
Affected by the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, Nvidia announced that it would cancel the AI Summit originally scheduled to be held in Israel from October 15th to 16th.
As of now, Nvidia has not released any information about possible rescheduling of the event, or whether the planned keynote will be recorded or live-streamed as an alternative.
It is reported that this AI summit was originally expected to attract more than 2,500 developers, researchers and decision-makers from around the world. Nvidia chose Israel this time, which has a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem with 6,000 startups, many of which focus on artificial intelligence.
The conference topics cover a wide range of artificial intelligence applications, such as generative artificial intelligence, healthcare, large language models, network security, robotics, Omniverse, self-driving cars, etc.
In addition, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang originally planned to hold a keynote speech on October 16 to share the latest breakthroughs in generative AI and accelerated computing.