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May 17-19, 2022
Santa Clara, California

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At the premier conference for innovators incorporating computer vision and visual AI into products.

Join 1,400 product and application developers, business leaders, investors and customers—all focused on visual AI at the edge.

Special features and Summit themes include:

  • 100+ sessions on embedded vision and deep learning techniques, technologies, tools and opportunities, including formats like: presentations, case studies and fast-paced panel discussions
  • Multiple expert sessions on deep learning for vision, 3D perception and low-power vision implementation and much more
  • Keynote and General Session presentations by industry luminaries
  • Four tracks tailored for engineers and business executives, newcomers and experts
  • Practical sessions to help you create visually intelligent products and gain know-how about computer vision
  • The Edge AI Deep Dive Day filled with in-depth learning on topics in visual AI at the edge
  • Case studies from leading innovators
  • Learn from fast-paced panel discussions presenting an array of viewpoints
  • Ability to see technology in action with live demos of the latest enabling technologies and dig deep into the practical applications and techniques of computer vision and edge AI

Khronos Group Presentations

Open Standards: Powering the Future of Embedded Vision

Speaker: Neil Trevett, Khronos Group President
Date and Time: Tuesday, May 17, 1:30pm-2:00pm

Neil is Vice President of Developer Ecosystems at NVIDIA where works to enable applications to leverage advanced silicon acceleration. Neil is also the elected President of the Khronos Group standards consortium where he has helped initiate and evolve royalty-free open standards such as OpenCL, OpenVX, NNEF, OpenXR, Vulkan, OpenGL ES, WebGL and glTF – many of which are widely deployed in the graphics, embedded vision and machine learning industries. Neil also catalyzed and chaired the recent joint Exploratory Group with the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) that has resulted in the ongoing development of an Embedded Camera API open standard at Khronos.

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