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#NeurIPS2021 in tweets – highlights from the first two days

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07 December 2021



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The 35th conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS2021) started on Monday. So far, attendees have been enjoying the tutorials, the affinity group workshops, and the new datasets and benchmarks track. Participants are looking forward to the invited talks, poster sessions, and workshops that are coming up during the week. This compilation of tweets gives a flavour of the conference so far, and events to look out for later in the week.

Tutorials

Awards

Workshops

Affinity groups

Posters

Papers

Getting ready to present

Datasets and benchmark track

Panel discussions

A mirror conference in Switzerland

The virtual environment



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