How to Improve Design Innovation, Enhance Safety, and Streamline Production 

Come join us for an engaging discussion with Danny Shapiro, Vice President of Automotive, NVIDIA and Michael Wayland, APA President andCNBC.com Autos Reporter, on the latest advancements in generative AI. In the automotive sector, this technology acts as a versatile tool, serving as an intelligent assistant, elevating automotive design, bolstering vehicle safety engineering, expediting the development of autonomous vehicles (AVs), and streamlining manufacturing processes. Integrated with digital twins and simulations, generative AI empowers developers to efficiently train and rigorously test AVs across diverse AI-generated scenarios and environments. Moreover, it revolutionizes the customer journey by offering personalized retail interactions and enhancing post-sales service and support.

Register today to hear more about the exciting work NVIDIA is doing with generative AI and in software-defined computing to transform the automotive market in 2024 and beyond.


About the speaker: Danny Shapiro, Vice President of Automotive, NVIDIA

Danny Shapiro is vice president of Automotive at NVIDIA, focusing on solutions that utilize generative AI and the industrial metaverse end to end—from vehicle design and engineering to factory planning and production to sales and service. In addition, the NVIDIA DRIVE in-vehicle computing platform enables AI-infused cockpit experiences, driver assistance and autonomy.

NVIDIA Automotive is engaged with hundreds of car and truck makers, robotaxi companies, tier 1 suppliers, HD mapping companies, sensor manufacturers and startup companies that are using the NVIDIA DRIVE platform for automated and autonomous vehicle development and deployment.

Shapiro holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science from Princeton University and a master’s degree in business administration from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.

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Date(s) - March 20, 2024
1:00 pm EDT - 2:00 pm EDT


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