Compute the Cure is a strategic philanthropic initiative of the NVIDIA Foundation that aims to advance the fight against cancer. In 2013, the Foundation awarded a $200,000 grant to Dr. Rommie Amaro, of the University of California, San Diego, who is pursuing research on a shareable GPU-accelerated workflow to help speed the development of drugs to fight cancer. Through grants to researchers and employee fundraising efforts, NVIDIA has donated more than $1,600,000 to cancer research since 2011. Learn more at http://nvda.ly/KAYas.
The GPU Technology Conference is the largest and most important annual event of the year for GPU developers and the entire ecosystem. For 2015, the conference highlights the growing revolution in deep learning that can affect every aspect of computing. GTC features 500+ sessions, hand-on labs and tutorials covering a diverse range of topics from global technology experts. Learn more at http://gputechconf.com.