11 december 2018 /
Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems

Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems

AI is not a new field. The 2018 Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) is the 32nd event. Nearly 8,000 people attended the 2017 conference in Long Beach, California. What makes it special? The 2017 agenda should help you decide if this is the right event for you:

  • Invited talks: “Why AI Will Make It Possible to Reprogram the Human Genome,” “The Trouble with Bias,” and “Deep Learning for Robotics.”
  • Oral presentations of academic papers: “A graph-theoretic approach to multitasking,” “Toward Goal-Driven Neural Network Models for the Rodent Whisker-Trigeminal System,” and “Quantifying How Much Sensory Information in a Neural Code Is Relevant for Behavior.”
  • Demos: “A Deep Reinforcement Learning Chatbot,” “Babble Labble: Learning from Natural Language Explanations,” and “Sensomind: Democratizing Deep Learning for the Food Industry.”
  • Workshops: “Visually grounded interaction and language,” “Machine Learning for Audio Signal Processing (ML4Audio),” and “Conversational AI: Today’s Practice and Tomorrow’s Potential.”

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