Jesse Clayton is the senior manager of product management for intelligent machines at NVIDIA.
He has more than 20 years of experience in technology, spanning software, GPU computing, embedded systems, and aeronautics. His current focus is bringing advanced computer vision and deep learning solutions to autonomous machines and intelligent devices.
Prior to joining NVIDIA in 2005, he conducted NASA-funded research on aviation systems and algorithms.
Clayton holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Artificial Intelligence is impacting almost every part of the industrial and agricultural supply chain. From robots that quickly adapt to build new products to automated vehicles that address last-mile challenges for product delivery to UAVs that can automatically detect failing infrastructure, the world is transitioning from a process that is largely manual to one that is largely automated.
In this talk we will discuss how AI and Deep Learning are enabling these advances. We will also analyze a sampling of early successes across different applications. And finally we will describe some of the remaining challenges to wide-scale deployment and work that NVIDIA is doing to address those challenges via the Isaac Initiative.