RuCCs affiliate, Dimitri Metaxas, and colleagues are presenting on kernel methods for node representation at this years Neural Information Processing Systems conference held in Vancouver.
More details about the conference below!
Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS) is a multi-track machine learning and computational neuroscience conference that includes invited talks, demonstrations, symposia and oral and poster presentations of refereed papers.
The 33rd annual NeurIPS Conference brings together researchers from all fields engaged in fundamental work in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to enjoy a week of talks, panels, workshops, demonstrations, and competitions.
Now in its second year, The NeurIPS EXPO presents work in AI ML done in an industrial setting. The EXPO offers a unique opportunity for a firsthand perspective on how industry is translating the power of the tools developed in this field. As a bridge between academia and industry, the NeurIPS EXPO is the premier forum for issues in AI ML in a real-world setting.
This year, NeurIPS is supporting the creation of Meetups, distributed gatherings streaming the talks in other cities focused on furthering the impact of the information being shared at the conference.
12/08: NeurIPS Expo
12/10-12/12: Conference & Demonstrations
12/13-12/14: Workshops & Competitions