Many Machine Learning related events are coming up this fall.
- September 9, abstracts for the New York Machine Learning Symposium are due. Send a 2 page pdf, if interested, and note that we:
- widened submissions to be from anybody rather than students.
- set aside a larger fraction of time for contributed submissions.
- September 15, there is a machine learning meetup, where I’ll be discussing terascale learning at AOL.
- September 16, there is a CS&Econ day at New York Academy of Sciences. This is not ML focused, but it’s easy to imagine interest.
- September 23 and later NIPS workshop submissions start coming due. As usual, there are too many good ones, so I won’t be able to attend all those that interest me. I do hope some workshop makers consider ICML this coming summer, as we are increasing to a 2 day format for you. Here are a few that interest me:
- Big Learning is about dealing with lots of data. Abstracts are due September 30.
- The Bayes Bandits workshop. Abstracts are due September 23.
- The Personalized Medicine workshop
- The Learning Semantics workshop. Abstracts are due September 26.
- The ML Relations workshop. Abstracts are due September 30.
- The Hierarchical Learning workshop. Challenge submissions are due October 17, and abstracts are due October 21.
- The Computational Tradeoffs workshop. Abstracts are due October 17.
- The Model Selection workshop. Abstracts are due September 24.
- October 16-17 is the Singularity Summit in New York. This is for the AIists and only peripherally about ML.
- October 16-21 is a Predictive Analytics World in New York. As machine learning goes industrial, we see industrial-style conferences rapidly developing.
- October 21, there is the New York ML Symposium. In addition to what’s there, Chris Wiggins is looking into setting up a session for startups and those interested in them to get to know each other, as last year.
- Decembr 16-17 NIPS workshops in Granada, Spain.
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Getting at the abstract submission info for the ML symposium is a bit annoying. Below are the relevant bits for submission:
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