#IJCAI2019 main conference in tweets

14 August 2019

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The main IJCAI2019 conference started on August 13th. The organizers gave the opening remarks and statistics, and announced the award winners for this year.

The Opening Ceremony

IJCAI2019 numbers

Special track

Some of the IJCAI2019 Awards

“Doing for robots what Evolution did for us” by Leslie Kaelbling.

“Human-level intelligence or animal-like abilities” by Adnan Darwiche.

Diversity in AI panel discussion

Demos and booths
Demos and booths of different companies took place next to different poster sessions.

Paper presentation sessions were happening at the same time in other venues.

Robot challenge


Stay tuned as I’ll be covering the conference as an AIhub ambassador.

Nedjma Ousidhoum is PhD candidate in NLP at HKUST
Nedjma Ousidhoum is PhD candidate in NLP at HKUST

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