Xiangliang Zhang, associate professor of computer science in the University's Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Science and Engineering division, recently gave an invited Early Career Spotlight Talk at the 27th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence and the 23rd European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-ECAI-18) 2018. During the event—which was held in Stockholm, Sweden, from July 13 to 19—Zhang and 21 international peers presented on all areas of artificial intelligence (AI).
Zhang and her fellow young researchers were invited to present at the conference based on nominations from the IJCAI Senior Program Committee. Her talk on July 17, which was entitled "Mining Streaming and Temporal Data: from Representation to Knowledge," summarized her previous and recent research work regarding mining data streams.
"I am really honored to have been invited to give an Early Career Spotlight Talk at the most prestigious conference on AI. This year, there were about 2,700 attendees at the conference from both industry and academia and my talk attracted a large number of audience members," Zhang noted.
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