Waterloo, ON - Nov 20, 2018
DarwinAI, a Waterloo, Canada startup creating next-generation technologies for Artificial Intelligence development, announced its academic team has authored five papers that will be presented during the 32nd Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS) this year.
“The Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems is one of the largest and most prestigious Artificial Intelligence conferences in the world,” said DarwinAI Chief Scientist, Professor Alexander Wong. “The submittal process is fiercely competitive and having five papers be presented at the conference speaks to the strength of both our team and the University of Waterloo when it comes to research and innovation. I am thrilled we’ll be contributing to the community by presenting our latest deep learning research across a variety of areas.”
Below are the five papers that will be presented during the conference along with their authors:
The conference will take place in Montreal this year from Dec 3rd-Dec 8th, 2018. In addition to paper presentations, the DarwinAI team will be available to meet and discuss its Generative Synthesis technology that was leveraged to produce some of the results in the aforementioned papers.
Founded by renowned academics at the University of Waterloo, DarwinAI’s Generative Synthesis technology represents the next evolution in AI development, demystifying the complexities of deep learning neural networks while unraveling their opaqueness. Based on years of distinguished scholarship, the company’s patented platform enables deep learning optimization and explainability, with a special emphasis in enabling AI at the edge, where computational and energy resources are limited. To learn more about DarwinAI, visit their website at www.darwinAI.ca or follow them @darwinAI on Twitter.
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