NVIDIA GTC AI Conference


Tags: AI and Machine Learning, SETI, ATA News

Time: 18 - 22 March 2024 -

Location: San Jose, CA and Virtual

Come connect with a dream team of industry luminaries, developers, researchers, and business strategists helping shape what’s next in AI and accelerated computing.

From the highly anticipated keynote by NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang to over 900 inspiring sessions, 300+ exhibits, 20+ technical workshops covering generative AI and more, and tons of unique networking events, GTC delivers something for every technical level and interest area. Whether you join in person or virtually, you're in for an incredible experience at the conference for the era of AI.

SETI Institute staff engineer Luigi Cruz will be presenting on March 18 along with Adam Thompson, Principal Technical Product Manager - Sensor Processing, NVIDIA:

Are We Alone? Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligence and the Origins of the Universe at the Allen Telescope Array
As we look to the stars, we often wonder “what’s out there?” Radio telescopes have the immense ability to look past all the noise on Earth and peer into deep space, finding events like fast radio bursts, pulsars, and (maybe one day) artificial signals from another civilization. At the Allen Telescope Array, located in Hat Creek, California, the SETI Institute owns and operates a 42-dish array used to collect, correlate, and beamform over 50GHz of the radio frequency spectrum in real time. We'll demonstrate how NVIDIA sensor processing platforms and SDKs are used to facilitate fast data movement, computation, and visualization, setting the stage for online AI inferencing and reducing the time to new discoveries.