We hope you enjoyed the tutorials yesterday! For day 2 (Tuesday) of NeurIPS 2021, the main program will start.
Check out the opening remarks by the Program chairs for an overview.
Session 1 starting at 7 UTC-0:
Followed by 2 hours of oral presentations which are divided into four concurrent tracks
The tracks that start at 8.00 UTC-0 are:
- Deep learning
- This track will feature one of the outstanding paper awards, MAUVE: Measuring the Gap Between Neural Text and Human Text using Divergence Frontiers by Krishna Pillutla, Swabha Swayamdipta, Rowan Zellers, John Thickstun, Sean Welleck, Yejin Choi, and Zaid Harchaoui),
- Deep Learning Theory and Causality
- This track will feature one of the outstanding paper awards, A Universal Law of Robustness via Isoperimetry by Sébastien Bubeck and Mark Sellke),
- Generative Modeling
The tracks that start at 9.00 UTC-0 are:
- Deep Learning,
- Reinforcement Learning
- This track will feature one of the outstanding paper awards On the Expressivity of Markov Reward by David Abel, Will Dabney, Anna Harutyunyan, Mark K. Ho, Michael Littman, Doina Precup, and Satinder Singh.
Session 2 starting at 15.00 UTC-0
- First invited talk by Luis von Ahn on “How Duolinguo uses AI to assess, engage and teach better”,
- Followed by the first poster session.
Session 3 starting at 23.00 UTC-00
Competitions and Affinity events. During the main program intermissions instead, there will be competition presentations and focused breakout sessions, as well as various affinity events (new in ML, queer in AI, LatinX) and socials (LatinX Social and social on maternal mortality).
Day 3. Check it out here!
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