Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) stock is on the move Monday as investors prepare for the launch of the company’s GTC conference tomorrow.
The conference will kick off on March 21 with a keynote address from Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang. A big focus of the keynote presentation will be the growth of artificial intelligence (AI) and what it means for various industries around the world.
That has NVDA stock investors excited, as AI has been a hot topic over the last few weeks. This came about with the increasing interest in chatbot ChatGPT. Since the beginning of 2023, investors have been latching onto companies invested in the AI market.
Traders that want to keep up with what could boost NVDA stock higher should tune into tomorrow’s presentation. The keynote is set to start at 11:00 a.m. Eastern. The event will be livestreamed on the Nvidia YouTube channel.
More GTC Conference Details
While the keynote presentation tomorrow is the main course investors are waiting for, there’s more than just that. The GTC conference will continue through March 23 with more updates for fans of the tech company. Investors can check out the full schedule of the conference to plan for which events to attend.
NVDA stock is up slightly as of Monday morning.
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