The Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS) is a venue at the forefront of research innovation in machine learning and artificial intelligence. NeurIPS 2023 — taking place Dec. 10-16 in New Orleans — includes more than 13,000 researchers in the main program.
The international group of researchers, practitioners, and industry experts will introduce work across more than 85 topics in ML and AI. This year’s top areas (by number of main program papers) include computer vision, generative models and autoencoders, graph neural networks, learning theory, robustness, and neuroscience and cognitive science.
Explore Georgia Tech’s wholistic approach at NeurIPS to advancing machine learning and AI technologies that can be applied safely and ethically to advance society.
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Georgia Tech’s research at the ACM Computer Science Education Technical Symposium covers a wide range of topics in computer science education, massive online learning, and showcases our experts’ innovations in solving complex challenges.
The SIGCSE Technical Symposium addresses problems common among educators working to develop, implement and/or evaluate computing programs, curricula, and courses. The symposium provides a forum for sharing new ideas for syllabi, laboratories, and other elements of teaching and pedagogy, at all levels of instruction. It also offers a diverse selection of technical sessions and opportunities for learning and interaction.
Georgia Tech is a research leader in a wide number of computing, engineering, and scientific disciplines. Explore some of Georgia Tech’s leading published research and learn more about the institute’s long-term vision for advancing education and research progress.
Includes a wide range of areas including natural language processing, data engineering, robotics, and computer vision.
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