Anthony Robbins, a longtime government IT industry executive, joined NVIDIA as vice president of the artificial intelligence-focused company’s public sector practice.
In his new role, Robbins will lead NVIDIA’s federal and defense businesses in the U.S. and Canada, and oversee its higher education and research businesses. Ultimately, with NVIDIA he’ll be helping agencies make the leap into adoption of artificial intelligence “for a variety of applications, including analytics, geospatial intelligence, healthcare, defense and video analytics,” according to a release.
Prior to this, Robbins served as vice president of global defense at AT&T and in various roles with Brocade, Oracle, Sun Microsystems and Silicon Graphics.
He was a FedScoop 50 winner of the Industry Leadership award this year.