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by   -   December 7, 2019

By Sudeep Dasari

This post is cross-listed at the SAIL Blog and the CMU ML blog.

In the last decade, we’ve seen learning-based systems provide transformative solutions for a wide range of perception and reasoning problems, from recognizing objects in images to recognizing and translating human speech. Recent progress in deep reinforcement learning (i.e. integrating deep neural networks into reinforcement learning systems) suggests that the same kind of success could be realized in automated decision making domains. If fruitful, this line of work could allow learning-based systems to tackle active control tasks, such as robotics and autonomous driving, alongside the passive perception tasks to which they have already been successfully applied.

by   -   November 7, 2019

We have collected some of the month’s most interesting tweets about AI.

by   -   August 16, 2019

Nine videos were accepted to the IJCAI video competition. We’ll update you on the winners as soon as we hear back from the conference. In the meantime – you can view the videos below or here.

by   -   August 16, 2019

#IJCAI2019 ended today. Besides talks, panel discussions, and presentations; the winners of this year’s prestigious IJCAI awards shared their opinions about relevant future directions in the field.

by   -   August 14, 2019

Meet Claus Aranha, Assistant Professor at the University of Tsukuba, Center of Artificial Intelligence Research (C-AIR).

by   -   August 13, 2019

The team behind the Libratus program were today announced as the latest recipients of the Marvin Minsky Medal, given by the IJCAI organisation for Outstanding Achievements in AI. Libratus made headlines in January 2017 when it beat a team of champion human poker players in a 20-day no-limit tournament.

by   -   August 13, 2019

The main IJCAI2019 conference started on August 13th. The organizers gave the opening remarks and statistics, and announced the award winners for this year.

by   -   August 12, 2019

Here’s our daily update in tweets, live from IJCAI (International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence) in Macau. Like yesterday, we’ll be covering tutorials and workshops.

by   -   August 11, 2019

The first two days at IJCAI (International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence) in Macau were focussed on workshops and tutorials. Here’s an overview in tweets.

Allen School professor Pedro Domingos has been selected as the 2019 recipient of the John McCarthy Award from the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI). The award, which is named for one of the founders of the field of AI, recognizes established, mid-career researchers who have amassed a track record of significant research contributions that have been influential in advancing the field. Domingos is being honored by the IJCAI for his multiple contributions in machine learning and data science and for advancements in unifying logic and probability.

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