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What’s coming up at NeurIPS 2021?

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29 November 2021



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The thirty-fifth Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS 2021) is due to the kick-off on Monday 6 December, and run until Tuesday 14 December. There is a bumper programme of events, including invited talks, orals, tutorials, workshops, and socials.

Invited talks

There are eight keynote speakers this year.

Luis von AhnHow Duolingo uses AI to assess, engage and teach better
Mary GrayThe banality of scale: a theory on the limits of modeling bias and fairness frameworks for social justice (and other lessons from the pandemic)
Daniel KahnemanAn interview
Peter BartlettBenign overfitting
Gabor LugosiDo we know how to estimate the mean?
Meredith BroussardGender, allyship & public interest technology
Figalli AlessioOptimal transport: past, present, and future
Radhika NagpalThe collective intelligence of army ants, and the robots they inspire

Workshops

There will be a total of 60 workshops:

Find out more about the workshops here.

Affinity group workshops

The following affinity group workshops will take place during the conference:

Tutorials

For this year’s conference, the organisers opted for a total of 10 invitation-only tutorials.

Find out more about the tutorials here.

Other sessions and events

Orals
Spotlights
Accepted paper list
Demonstrations
Datasets and benchmarks track
Competition track
Socials



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