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Top 5 AI Sessions for Graphics Developers from GTC 2021

Engineers, product developers and designers around the world attended GTC to experience the latest NVIDIA solutions that are accelerating interactive rendering and simulation workflows in real-time.

We showcased the NVIDIA-powered AI technologies and features that have made creativity faster and easier for artists and designers worldwide. Industry luminaries joined us at GTC to share their vision for the future of AI and how current developers such as Autodesk, Adobe, Pixar, Bentley Systems and Siemens have integrated the AI technology into their most popular applications. 

All of these GTC sessions are now available through NVIDIA On-Demand, so learn more about AI and catch up on the latest advancements in professional content creation, from digital twins to GPU-accelerated production rendering. 

The developer resources listed below are exclusively available to NVIDIA Developer Program members. Join today for free to get access to the tools and training necessary to build on NVIDIA’s technology platform here

On-Demand Sessions

Modern AI 1980s-2021 and Beyond
Professor Jürgen Schmidhuber speaks about the past, present, and future of AI. 

Deep Learning Demystified
Learn about the fundamentals of AI, high-level use cases and problem-solving methods. 

AI-Enabled Digital Twins for Resilient Infrastructure (Presented by Bentley Systems)
Hear from Bentley Systems on how AI-enabled infrastructure digital twins help facilitate and support the decision-making process for engineers, operators, and other stakeholders. 

Production Rendering on GPU with Arnold (Presented by Autodesk)
Get an exclusive peek on the latest GPU-accelerated developments coming to Arnold, Autodesk’s Academy Award-winning production renderer.

Accelerating Machine Learning for Video Systems
See how Adobe has automated the repetitive, time-consuming parts of content creation with machine learning and AI.

Click here to watch all the AI for Graphics sessions from GTC 21.

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