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#AAAI20 tweet round-up: Monday-Wednesday

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13 February 2020



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Monday to Wednesday at AAAI-20 saw a multitude of technical sessions, the exhibition and posters. In addition there were a number of interesting debates, invited talks and panels. Here are some tweets from the final three days of the conference.

A Monday morning “fire-side chat” featuring Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman, and Turing Award Laureates Geoffrey Hinton, Yann LeCun and Yoshia Bengio

AAAI-20 Oxford-style debate: academic AI research in an age of industry labs

AI Limerick contest

AAAI outstanding paper award

Learn sign language

AI history panel

Stuart Russell’s invited talk

Dawn Song’s invited talk

There was a buzz around the poster sessions on all three evenings (Sunday-Tuesday)

A magic show

Cartoons

Thank you to the conference chairs!



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