Update on AIST proceedings

We have an update from that AIST 2017 conference proceedings are going to be published by Springer by the end of this year, if all goes well.

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Welcome to Cake & Music party tomorrow

Right after the final session tomorrow, we will celebrate AIST 2017 with traditional AIST 15+ kilo cake and a violoncello chillout. All AIST friends and participants are welcome with Questions to speakers, Good Mood and Ideas on how to make future AIST events even more interesting for you.

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How to get to the conference

We have only two days left, and looking forward to meet everyone of our participants (well over 150). Here is how you get to the place. The conference will be at Moscow Polytechnic University, B.Semenovskaya 38 (a five mins walk from Elektrozavodskaya metro station). See map here: https://goo.gl/maps/Hme22JMcGK12, and this is the main University building. As […]

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Andrjei Cichocki session preview – abstract announced

Our guest speaker Prof. Andrjei Cichocki has just shared an abstract of his upcoming session. This is the first session of Friday, Jul 28, we start at 9:15am. “Tensor decompositions (TD) and their generalizations tensor networks (TN) are promising, and emerging tools in Machine Learning (ML), especially in Deep Learning (DL), since  input/output  data  outputs […]

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Poster Session Rules

We have recieved many questions regarding the poster session, and how speakers get ready to it. Here is how it will be. The poster session will take place in a separate room on Friday, July 28. All speakers should make an A1-sized poster, or several A3, or present with a laptop or any other means. […]

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Final Schedule for Day1 and Day2

We have mostly finalized AIST schedule for the two Academic days. Please see here or download PDF here

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AIST 2016 proceedings – for free till Aug 31

The access to AIST 2016 proceedings is available *FOR FREE* via the SpringerLink for the period from now to August 31, 2017: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-319-52920-2 Do not miss your chance to take a look at the full papers of the previous year!

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ANDRJEI CICHOCKI joins aist

We are happy to welcome Andrjei Cichocki to join AIST 2017 with a talk on Tensor Networks and Deep Learning. Prof. Cichocki is a world-leading scientist in the area of artificial intelligence and biomedical applications of advanced data analytics technologies and has an outstanding international recognition. Prof Cichocki serves as a Senior Team Leader and […]

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Registration Round one to finish today

Today we finalize Round 1 registration. The regulary 3-day registration fee will slightly increase from tomorrow. For this point, we have around 35 sessions on Data Science, a poster section, an NLP tutorial by Sergey Nikolenko, a speech by Dmitry Bugaychenko (OK.ru), a workshop by Yandex on their new Data Crowdsourcing tool. See current schedule here: http://aistconf.ru/schedule/ […]

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Workshop by Sergey Nikolenko announced

Our Guest Speaker Sergey Nikolenko just shared the announcement of his speech. Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing Over the last decade, deep learning has revolutionized machine learning. Neural network architectures have become the method of choice for many different applications. In this tutorial, we survey the applications of deep learning to natural language processing (NLP) problems. […]

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Dmitry Bugaychenko talk at AIST

Research and Recommendation Systems Developer from Odnoklassniki.ru will join us at AIST. Here is Dmitry’s announcement of his talk: “The Data Science world is divided into two universes. One of them is dominated by Python and R, sophisticated models and cutting-edge methods. The other is ruled by huge volumes of data and distributed computations. The […]

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