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#AAAI20 – a weekend in tweets

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10 February 2020



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It was a busy weekend at the 34th Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI). Although the AAAI technical sessions didn’t start in earnest until the Sunday there were numerous workshops on Saturday as well as associated conferences AIES (AI, Ethics and Society) and EAAI (Educational Advances in AI). Here is a selection of tweets from the weekend.

From the ethics conference (AIES)

From Educational Advances in Artificial Intelligence (EAAI)

Games

An interactive talk

AAAI welcome, opening remarks and presidential address

Outreach

A new award

Forks (from the session on Natural Language Processing: Machine Comprehension)

Turing Award session

And finally, a tip for badge rattle



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