ΑΙhub.org
 

Live Coverage of #NeurIPS2019

by
08 December 2019



share this:

The 33rd annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS), happening this week in Vancouver, brings together more than 10k researchers and practitioners from all fields engaged in fundamental work in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

The conference features a week of talks, panels, workshops, demonstrations, and competitions, as well as the NeurIPS EXPO presenting work in AI ML done in an industrial setting.

Stay tuned as we bring you the latest tweets and stories, or follow on twitter at #NeurIPS2019 and @NeurIPSConf.

Are you presenting work at NeurIPS this year? We’d love to hear from you, just email Sabine with a blog post.




Sabine Hauert is Associate Professor at the University of Bristol, and Executive Trustee of AIhub.org
Sabine Hauert is Associate Professor at the University of Bristol, and Executive Trustee of AIhub.org




            AIhub is supported by:


Related posts :



AIhub monthly digest: January 2023 – low-resource language projects, Earth’s nightlights and a Lanfrica milestone

Welcome to our monthly digest, where you can catch up with AI research, events and news from the month past.
31 January 2023, by

The Good Robot Podcast: featuring Abeba Birhane

In this episode, Eleanor and Kerry talk to Abeba Birhane about changing computing cultures.
30 January 2023, by

All questions answered: how CLAIRE shapes the future of AI in Europe

Watch the next in the series of CLAIRE's All Questions Answered (AQuA) events.
27 January 2023, by

UrbanTwin: seeing double for sustainability

A digital twin for urban infrastructure: assessing the effectiveness of climate-related policies and actions.
26 January 2023, by

Counterfactual explanations for land cover mapping: interview with Cassio Dantas

Cassio tells us about work applying counterfactual explanations to remote sensing time series data for land-cover mapping classification.
25 January 2023, by





©2021 - Association for the Understanding of Artificial Intelligence


 












©2021 - ROBOTS Association