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AI WEEK TAU 2021
February 22, 2021 - February 24, 2021
New Year’s resolution: Register to AI WEEK TAU 2021!
Happy New Year and Shana Tova from the AI Week team.
The top AI event in Israel is now virtual!
Combining technological leadership, applied AI and cutting-edge research, AI Week will highlight the way in which AI technology is revolutionizing business strategy, policy and future development.
AI Week Online is bringing all the best features of a physical event, straight to you.
- LEARN – Hear from international trail-blazers and experts how AI is transforming development and operations
- DISCOVER – Visit our virtual booths and company pages to explore the latest technologies
- RECRUIT – Gain access to the brightest AI minds or connect with leading companies looking to expand their workforce
- CONNECT – Schedule online B2B meetings with key professionals from all over the world
With world-class speakers and plenty of opportunity to grow your network, AI Week is a virtual way to explore how AI technology is shaping our world.
Session in AI Week will discuss:
Deep Learning * Machine Learning * NLP * Deep Learning Theory * AI in Healthcare * AI National Strategy * Applied AI * AI & Ethics
In November 2019, the first Artificial Intelligence Week began at Tel Aviv University, where over 3,000 participants who are works in research (industry or academia) came for an almost full week of practical workshops and fascinating lectures.
You are invited to read the warm greetings of the Prime Minister of Israel, Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu, to all participants and researchers in the second Artificial Intelligence Week in 2021.
PM Netanyahu's greeting for AI Week 2021
Don’t miss the chance to become a part of our rapidly growing AI ecosystem!
Join us for AI Week this November for a five-day international event with the experts who are reshaping AI innovation. Bringing together over 2,000 technologists, researchers and data-scientists, AI Week will provide an international forum to discuss and reveal state-of-the-art artificial intelligence, data science, applied machine learning and predictive applications.
Packed with expert sessions and hands-on workshops, AI Week will be filled with a range of opportunities for learning. Don’t miss out on workshops on the latest technologies, including a deep-dive look into Ray, a distributed platform for AI; an introduction to Reinforcement Learning; spark NLP; snorkel, rapid training data creation with weak supervision, and computer vision “on the edge.”
AI Week attendees are also invited to two conference days with 11 different tracks focusing on the latest industry trends, an AI research symposium day, AI Startup Day, a data hackathon and more.
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Start of abstract submissions: 05/05/19
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 01/08/19
Notification of acceptance: 01/09/19
Hands-On Workshops: 17/11/19 at TAU
Conference-Keynotes: 18-19/11/19 at TAU
Data-Hackthon: 20-21/11/19 at TAU
Where? ONLINE via ZOOM
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