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2017 GTC Washington DC

DC7122 - Building the Foundation of America's AI-Enabled Cities

Session Speakers
  • Adam Scraba - Global Business Development Lead, NVIDIA

    Adam Scraba is the global lead of the AI City effort at NVIDIA, where he brings more than 20 years of experience in advanced technologies. His focus is on solving public safety and smart city problems with artificial intelligence and deep learning, primarily leveraging NVIDIA's platform to solve video analysis problems. Adam partners with thought leaders and world-class organizations to transform their businesses through the application of deep learning and high performance computing to enable smarter and safer public spaces. Previously, Adam served in leadership positions within NVIDIA's product management and marketing teams, where he helped to capture and maintain market leadership for NVIDIA's professional visualization platform. Before joining NVIDIA, he spent over 10 years in various marketing and engineering roles developing semiconductors for signal processing. He holds a master's degree in electrical engineering from San Diego State and an MBA from Santa Clara University.

Session Description

Why does building AI Cities matter now for America? Why should the U.S. industry and government aggressively develop and deploy AI and deep learning to solve important problems around public safety and operational efficiency in our urban centers? What are the global trends that make this the right time to drive these changes? We'll cover these topics and more.


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AI for Smart Cities
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25 minutes
Session Schedule