Women in AI
Special Events

GTC is among America’s top conferences for women to attend to further their careers in AI. See why in this report in Forbes.

Connect With Leaders In AI

Solving the world's most challenging problems through technology means bringing together a diverse group of people and perspectives from around the globe. To help support this diverse research community, GTC offers exciting opportunities to learn from and connect with women doing important work in AI, deep learning, and high performance computing.

Women made up about 15 percent of the attendees at GTC 2019 in San Jose, nearly double that of 2017. And more than 100 female presenters spoke at the conference, up nearly 80 percent from 2018. At GTC DC 2019, female attendance reached 22 percent, up from 13 percent the previous year.

While GTC 2020 is now digital, we’ll continue to encourage the involvement of women by partnering with female developer groups to make content available to their members.

Women in Autonomy

Sponsored by Ford

In partnership with Women in Autonomy, thirty female influencers and innovators in the automotive and autotech industries will participate in a day-long training and networking event, sponsored by Ford. Fifty Women in Autonomy members will also receive a complimentary, one-day pass to attend GTC.

Kathy Baxter

Breakfast and Panel

Tuesday, March 24, 8:00 – 10:00 | Fairmont San Jose

All GTC attendees are invited to join us at our seventh annual Women in AI breakfast for a discussion around responsible AI with Kathy Baxter, Architect of Ethical AI Practice at Salesforce. Kathy develops research-informed best practice to educate Salesforce employees, customers, and the industry on the development of responsible AI. She collaborates and partners with external AI and ethics experts to continuously evolve Salesforce policies, practices, and products. Prior to Salesforce, she worked at Google, eBay, and Oracle in User Experience Research. She received her MS in Engineering Psychology and BS in Applied Psychology from the Georgia Institute of Technology.


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