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#AAAI2022 in tweets – the conference is underway

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23 February 2022



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The 36th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI2022) started on Tuesday 22 February and runs until Tuesday 1 March. Although we haven’t yet had the official opening ceremony, the talks and posters are available to view, and the LatinX in AI event has taken place. Here, we round-up some thoughts from participants, and we look ahead to some of the other events planned for this week.

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LatinX in AI

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