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#ICML2020 – the conference in tweets

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17 July 2020



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There was lots going on at the virtual ICML conference this week. The event was bookended by tutorials and workshops, with the invited talks and poster sessions happening mid-week. There were also numerous opportunities to get involved in socials, and a chance to have a say on the format for future editions at the Town Hall meeting. Here is a selection of tweets from attendees and organisers.

There were three great invited talks, each accompanied by a live panel discussion and Q&A

There were so many interesting workshops to choose from

Gathertown was a cool feature for poster sessions

The outstanding paper awards were announced during the conference

Making the most of the virtual format



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