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NeurIPS 2023 Affinity Events

Workshop
Jaidev Shriram · Sharvani Jha · Ruchira Ray · Sarthak Arora

[ Room R06-R09 (level 2) ]

Abstract

Queer in AI’s workshop + socials at NeurIPS 2023 aim to act as a gathering space for queer folks to build community + solidarity while enabling participants to learn about key issues + topics at the intersection of AI and queerness.

Affinity Poster Session

See this list of posters

Gather.town has maximum capacity of 50 people at a time.

(GatherTown Poster Session)[[ protected link dropped ]

Workshop
Marquita Riggins · Gelyn Watkins

[ Room R02-R05 (level 2) ]

Abstract
Workshop
Susanna Raj · Pariya Sarin · Sudha Jamthe

[ Room 211 - 213 ]

Abstract

Global South in AI has the mission to add inclusion to Language AI. They focus on training new researchers from Global South Languages and Countries to present posters (peer reviewed selection) and bring them to NeurIPS to collaborate.

Workshop
Mason Grimshaw · Andrea M. Delgado-Olson · Michael Running Wolf

[ Room 214 ]

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Indigenous In AI’s vision is to build an international community of Native, Aboriginal, and First Nations who will collectively transform their home communities with advanced technology. By elevating the voices of Indigenous ML researchers we will inspire future impactful work and break stereotypes. Additionally, this group will strive to educate the broader NeurIPS on contemporary indigenous issues relevant to information technology and practices.

Workshop
Nataša Tagasovska · Eda Okur · Hewitt Tusiime · Megha Srivastava · Jessica Sorrell · Estefany Kelly Buchanan · Shweta Khushu

[ Great Hall (level 1) ]

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Workshop
Sanae Lotfi · Hammaad Adam · Hadeel Al-Negheimish · Sarah Fakhoury · Razan Baltaji · Marzyeh Ghassemi · Shakir Mohamed · Aya Salama · S. M. Ali Eslami · Tasmie Sarker

[ Room 203 - 205 ]

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The Muslims in ML workshop seeks to promote awareness, collaboration, and the development of mitigation strategies to ensure that machine learning and artificial intelligence advancements are implemented fairly and equitably for Muslims worldwide. By bringing together a diverse range of experts and incorporating multiple perspectives and backgrounds, our workshop aims to examine the challenges and opportunities of integrating AI/ML in the lives of Muslims and those in Muslim-majority countries. The workshop's focus extends beyond religious identification, encompassing cultural association and proximity to the Muslim identity. This broad approach acknowledges the complexity and diversity within the Muslim community and emphasizes the importance of inclusivity and understanding in addressing the potential impact of AI/ML technologies.

Workshop
Mélisande Teng · Nishanth Anand · Reyhane Askari Hemmat · Subhrajyoti Dasgupta · Diganta Misra · Beheshteh Toloueirakhshan · Zhen Xu · Isabelle Guyon · Rohan Sukumaran · Zhimeng (Stephen) Jiang

[ Room 208 - 210 ]

Abstract
Affinity Poster Session

[ Great Hall (level 1) ]

Workshop
SOFIA BOURHIM · Oumaima Hourrane

[ Room 215 - 216 ]

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The North Africans in ML (NAML) aims to inspire and empower North Africans, enabling them to realize their full potential in the AI field up to publishing in top AI conferences. By fostering collaboration, networking, and skill development, the workshop intends to create a supportive community that celebrates and amplifies the contributions of North Africans to the world of machine learning.

Workshop
Ignacio G. Lopez-Francos · CJ Barberan · Francisco Zabala · Karla Caballero · Cleber Zanchettin · Ana Maria Quintero · Vítor Lourenço · Walter M Mayor · Vinicius Caridá · Sebastian Caldas · Brayan Ortiz · Gabriela L. Vega Lopez · Abel Reyes-Angulo · Luis G. Sanchez Giraldo · Rocio Athziri Padilla Medina · Aaron Ferber · Marco Sanchez Sorondo · Laura Montoya

[ Room 217 - 219 ]

Abstract

The 6th Annual LXAI Research Workshop, held alongside NeurIPS conference, is a one-day event that unites faculty, researchers, practitioners, and students globally to foster collaborations and exchange novel ideas in the AI field. Spotlighting the contributions of the Latinx/Hispanic community, the workshop offers a platform to discuss current research trends and showcase innovative work. The agenda includes sessions with renowned and early-career speakers, oral presentations, industry and mentoring panels, and collaborative poster sessions, culminating in networking social events. While the primary presenters are from the Latinx/Hispanic community, all are welcome to join and enrich the dialogue.

Affinity Poster Session

[ Virtual ]

December 19: (1) 9 AM-12 PM CST (2) 9 PM-11:59 PM CST

Schedule of posters: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/14a5PW_DwZmibot0YGE8ao1Jv8muhMmaybEBaEoM5-eI/edit

Gather.town has maximum capacity of 50 people at a time.

Affinity Poster Session

See this list of posters

Gather.town has maximum capacity of 50 people at a time.

(GatherTown Poster Session)[[ protected link dropped ]