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The Artificial Intelligence Initiative (AII) at KAUST cordially invites you to attend the KAUST Conference on Artificial Intelligence to be held on April 28-29, 2021. The conference is a two full-day event and 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 (Zoom Webinar) and limited in-person (Auditorium of Building 20) attendance.
Registration for the event is required for both in-person and online participation: Register here.
Registration for participants will remain open until midnight of April 25, 2021.