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Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: July 2021 edition

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12 July 2021



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This post contains a list of the AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 13 July and 31 August 2021. All events detailed here are free and open for anyone to attend virtually.

13 July 2021

The 6G Radio Access Opportunity – Joint Communications & Sensing
Speaker: Gerhard Fettweis (TU Dresden)
Organised by: One World Signal Processing
To attend, subscribe to the One World Signal Processing mailing list.

Symbolic, Statistical, and Causal Representations
Speaker: Bernhard Schölkopf
Organised by: AIDA – Artificial Intelligence Doctoral Academy
You can find the Zoom link and passcode here.

14 July 2021

Machine learning in climate finance
Speakers: Nataliya Tkachenko, David Carlin, Chinmay Adhvaryu
Organised by: Climate Change AI
Registration via eventbrite.

Mitigating algorithmic bias in AI systems
Speaker: Nicol Turner Lee
Organised by: The Alan Turing Institute
Register here.

15 July 2021

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Ishai Menache (Microsoft Research)
Organised by: C3.ai DTI
Register here.

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Chris Kedzie
Organised by: Stanford MLSys
Join the email list to find out how to register for each seminar.

16 July 2021

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Bernadette Minton (MCG Health)
Organised by: University of San Francisco
Register here.

18 July 2021

MLT __init__ Session #7: An Image is Worth 16×16 Words
Speakers: Devansh Jayson Cunanan and J Miguel Valverde
Organised by: Machine Learning Tokyo
Sign up here.

22 July 2021

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Murat Arcak (UC Berkeley)
Organised by: C3.ai DTI
Register here.

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Marinka Zitnik (Harvard Medical School)
Organised by: Trustworthy ML
Join the mailing list for instructions on how to sign up, or check the website a few days beforehand for the Zoom link.

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Jacopo Tagliabue
Organised by: Stanford MLSys
Join the email list to find out how to register for each seminar.

28 July 2021

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Simon Du (University of Washington)
Organised by: University of Lisbon
Register here.

29 July 2021

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: John Doyle (California Institute of Technology)
Organised by: C3.ai DTI
Register here.

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Suman Jana
Organised by: Stanford MLSys
Join the email list to find out how to register for each seminar.
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5 August 2021

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Hoda Heidari (Carnegie Mellon University)
Organised by: Trustworthy ML
Join the mailing list for instructions on how to sign up, or check the website a few days beforehand for the Zoom link.

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Chaoyang He
Organised by: Stanford MLSys
Join the email list to find out how to register for each seminar.

12 August 2021

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Pooyan Jamshidi
Organised by: Stanford MLSys
Join the email list to find out how to register for each seminar.

19 August 2021

Rising stars spotlights
Speakers: To be confirmed
Organised by: Trustworthy ML
Join the mailing list for instructions on how to sign up, or check the website a few days beforehand for the Zoom link.


For a more complete list, including past events back to June 2020, please see our dedicated seminar page.

If you’d like to visit the webpages of the universities and other organisations that are running regular programmes of seminars, then click here to see our list.

If you are aware of any seminars (both standalone and series) that we’ve missed then please just send us an email and we’ll add them to the list.




Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.
Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.




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