On day 5 (Friday) of NeurIPS 2021 we have the last day of the main program.
- Session 1 starting at 7 UTC-0 will begin with our second Town Hall. Please remember to send us your feedback via email or in the rocketchat channel #townhall. This is a great opportunity to share your feedback about the conference. The session will conclude with an oral session with two concurrent tracks: theory and vision applications.
- Session 2 starting at 15.00 UTC-0 will begin with Radhika Nagpal on “The Collective Intelligence of Army Ants, and The Robots They Inspire”. This session will close with another poster session.
- The last session of the conference, session 3 starting at 23.00 UTC-00, will feature a panel on “How Should a Machine Learning Researcher Think About AI Ethics”. This will be followed by an oral session with several concurrent tracks on: generative modeling (this track will feature one of the outstanding paper awards: Moser Flow: Divergence-based Generative Modeling on Manifolds by Noam Rozen, Aditya Grover, Maximilian Nickel, and Yaron Lipman), optimization and online learning, reinforcement learning and planning, fairness and privacy and vision applications. The conference will close with a presentation from our Test of Time award-winning paper from 2011.
During the main program intermissions instead, there will be presentations from competitions, as well as several affinity events (Black in AI, Women in Machine Learning) of Women in Machine Learning, and socials (Un-bookclub Algorithms of Oppression, Roundtable Chatroom).
Next up, we are going to get some rest over the weekend and resume on Monday with Workshops.
We remind you that all attendees are required to follow the NeurIPS Code of Conduct.