MTS AI participates in NVIDIA GTC

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MTS AI will participate in two panel discussions on Nov 9th and 10th at the NVIDIA GTC World Conference.

NVIDIA GTC: See you online in November with MTS AI

NVIDIA GTC, Space for brilliant minds and disruptive discoveries, invites us again. A global conference will be held from November 8th to 11th, bringing together developers and visionaries from the world of artificial intelligence, accelerated computing, computer graphics, science and much more. The conference will be held online.

Over four days, more than 500 sessions will cover a wide range of industry use cases — from self-driving cars to medical research — and the most advanced technologies of our time.

MTS AI will take part in two panel discussions. On November 9th, at 13:00 MSK, a round table will be held on the topic “Capture the Full Potential of AI through Innovation and Scale”, where Alexander Khanin, Vice President for AI MTS AI, will speak. Experts will talk about the experience of AI implementation in their organizations and what lessons they’ve learned. And on November 10th at 15:00 MSK Nikita Semenov, Head of R&D MTS AI, will discuss with the participants how speech recognition technologies have evolved, in the “Technical leaders in Automatic speech recognition” round table.

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