Dr. Chris Dick is a wireless architect at NVIDIA and the technical lead for the application of AI and machine learning to 5G and 6G wireless. In his 24 years working in signal processing and communications he has delivered silicon and software products for 3G, 4G, and 5G baseband DSP and Docsis 3.1 cable access. He has performed research and delivered products for digital frontend (DFE) technology for cellular systems with a particular emphasis on digital predistortion for power amplifier linearization. Chris has also worked extensively on architectures and compilers for machine learning in computer vision. Before moving to Silicon Valley in 1998, he was a tenured academic in Melbourne Australia for 13 years. He has over 150 publications and 70 patents and is an adjunct professor at Santa Clara University, where he has taught courses on real-time signal processing and machine learning for 18 years. In 2018, he was awarded the IEEE Communications Society Award for Advances in Communication for research in full-duplex wireless communication.