The KAUST Conference on Artificial Intelligence is a two full-day event that will bring together KAUST faculty and researchers to highlight exciting AI research being done on campus. It will feature the broad AI landscape at KAUST by delving into topics on machine learning, AI theory and foundations, systems, and the many applications of AI in various scientific fields ranging from healthcare and biology to automation and visual computing.

The conference will be a hybrid event with both online streaming and (limited) in-person attendance. To register for the event (either in-person or online), please fill out this registration form. Registration for in-person participants will remain open until midnight of April 25, 2021. There is no deadline for remote attendence.

The conference will be a hybrid event with both online streaming and (limited) in-person attendance. 

  • In-person participation: Due to HSE restrictions, there is a limited number of available seats for in-person attendees in the Auditorium of Building 20. We will try our best to accommodate the preferred mode of participation you enter in the registration form. 

  • Online participation: The conference will be streamed as a webinar over Zoom: Join Zoom Webinar here.

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Recording (KAUST Intranet) Recording (External link)

Organizers: Prof. Bernard Ghanem, Silvio Giancola


View KAUST Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2021 Agenda.


Day 1 - Wednesday, April 28th, 2021

Day 2 - Thursday, April 29th, 2021

Networking Break (10:20 - 10:40)

Featured Spotlights

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