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What’s coming up at #ICML2023?

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20 July 2023



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This year’s International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) will take place in Honolulu, Hawai’i from 23-29 July. As well as four invited talks, the programme boasts oral and poster presentations, affinity events, tutorials and workshops.

Invited talks

  • Marzyeh Ghassemi – Taking the Pulse Of Ethical ML in Health
  • Shakir Mohamed – Machine Learning with Social Purpose
  • Jennifer Doudna – The Future of ML in Biology: CRISPR for Health and Climate
  • John Schulman – Proxy objectives in reinforcement learning from human feedback

Affinity events

There are three affinity group workshops scheduled for this year:

Tutorials

The tutorials will take place on Monday 24 July. There are nine to choose from this year:

  • Optimal Transport in Learning, Control, and Dynamical Systems
  • Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback: A Tutorial
  • Tutorial on Multimodal Machine Learning: Principles, Challenges, and Open Questions
  • Disinformation, Fake News and Computational Propaganda: Challenges and Opportunities for Machine Learning Research
  • How to DP-fy ML: A Practical Tutorial to Machine Learning with Differential Privacy
  • Self-Supervised Learning in Vision: from Research Advances to Best Practices
  • Discovering Agent-Centric Latent States in Theory and in Practice
  • Recent Advances in the Generalization Theory of Neural Networks
  • Responsible AI for Generative AI in Practice: Lessons Learned and Open Challenges

Workshops

The workshops will take place on Friday 28 and Saturday 29 July.

You can find out more about the conference here.



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Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.
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