Inclusion at GTC

Solving the world's problems through technology will require bringing together a diverse group of people and perspectives from around the globe. We believe that NVIDIA is in a unique position to drive significant societal change by enabling global researchers to tackle these problems through our technology. We celebrate this diverse research community each year at GTC.

NVIDIA is committed to increasing access to AI for underrepresented communities. Through partnerships with organizations such as National Society of Black Engineers, Black in AI, Latinx in AI, and several women in tech communities, we offer access to GTC content and deep learning training for students and professionals looking to deepen their AI expertise. Through these efforts, we increased GTC participation across underrepresented developer communities by 2-4X in 2020, compared with the previous year. 

We welcome participation at GTC by everyone, and our goal is to create a respectful and inclusive conference. We have for the past several years promoted an anti-harassment policy. Our conference team is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion.

While our attendees come from over 50 countries each year, we know there’s more we can do to foster diversity, and will look for opportunities to make that happen. 

If you have suggestions for how we can do this or if you work with a diversity-focused professional organization that could benefit from access to GTC content and deep training, please email GTC_US@nvidia.com.

To learn more about NVIDIA's approach to diversity and inclusion, visit our Diversity & Inclusion page. Come explore all the opportunities waiting for you at GTC 2021.