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Tweet round-up from the first few days of #AAAI2021

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06 February 2021



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The AAAI 35th conference on artificial intelligence started on 2 February. So far, we’ve been treated to some excellent invited talks, tutorial sessions, and diversity and inclusion events. The poster sessions are also now in full swing. Here is our round-up of the first few days of the conference as seen by the Twitter-sphere.

The AAAI 2021 best paper awards were announced during the opening ceremony

Invited talks

Some statistics about the reviewing process and submission levels

Diversity and inclusion events

Tutorials

Workshops

Papers and posters

Panel sessions



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