AI’s Hottest Ticket: NVIDIA GTC Brings Together Automotive Leaders and Visionaries Transforming the Future of Transportation

Generative AI and software-defined computing are transforming the automotive landscape — making the journey behind the wheel safer, smarter and more enjoyable.

Dozens of automakers and NVIDIA DRIVE ecosystem partners will be demonstrating their developments in mobility, along with showcasing their next-gen vehicles at GTC, the conference for the era of AI, running from March 18-21 in San Jose, Calif., and online. These include the Mercedes-Benz Concept CLA Class, the new Volvo EX90, Polestar 3, WeRide Robobus, Nuro R3 autonomous delivery vehicle and more.

Explore myriad sessions to learn about the latest developments in mobility — from highly automated and autonomous driving, generative AI and large language models to simulation, safety, design and manufacturing.

Featured sessions include:

How LLMs and Generative AI Will Enhance the Way We Experience Self-Driving Cars
Alex Kendall, cofounder and CEO, Wayve
Tuesday, March 19, 9 a.m. PT
Accelerating the New Era of Autonomous Vehicles With Generative AI
Raquel Urtasun, founder and CEO, Waabi
Tuesday, March 19, 10 a.m. PT
Applying AI & LLMs to Transform the Luxury Automotive Experience
Chrissie Kemp, chief data and digital product officer, Jaguar Land Rover
Tuesday, March 19, 11 a.m. PT
Generative AI and Industrial Digitalization in the Automotive Industry
Alex Kendall, cofounder and CEO, Wayve
Raquel Urtasun, founder and CEO, Waabi
Chrissie Kemp, chief data and digital product officer, Jaguar Land Rover
Norm Marks, vice president, automotive enterprise, NVIDIA
Tuesday, March 19, 2 p.m. PT
Accelerating Automotive Workflows With Large Language Models
Bryan Goodman, director, artificial intelligence, Ford Motor Co.
Tuesday, March 19, 3 p.m. PT
Infusing the Car’s Cockpit With AI
Dr. Ephrem Chemaly, vice president and general manager, automotive business unit, MediaTek
Wednesday, March 20, 9 a.m. PT
The Nuro Driver: An AI-First Autonomous Driving System
Albert Meixner, head of Software, Nuro
Wednesday, March 20, 3 p.m. PT
Accelerating the Shift to AI-Defined Vehicles
Xinzhou Wu, vice president, automotive, NVIDIA
Thursday, March 21, 8 a.m. PT
Transforming Factory Planning and Manufacturing Operations Within Digital Mega Plants
Benjamin Huber, head of advanced automation and digitalization – business area UX, Continental
Wednesday, March 20, 10 a.m. PT

Rounding out the week will be DRIVE Developer Day on Thursday, March 21 — featuring a series of deep-dive sessions on how to build safe and robust self-driving systems. Led by NVIDIA’s engineering experts, these talks will highlight the latest DRIVE features and developments.

Find additional details on automotive-specific programming at GTC here.

Don’t stall — register today to learn how generative AI and software-defined computing are transforming the auto industry.