Ten papers by ELLIS Genoa researchers @Neurips 2021
07 December 2021 | Events
Members of Ellis Genoa had a number of accepted papers at NeurIPS 2021, the Thirty-fifth Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems.
Taking place virtually Dec 6th through Sat the 14th, NeurIPS is widely regarded as the most important international conference in AI. With ten accepted papers, the Ellis Genoa unit is among the top contributors among European research institutions and universities.
Nine papers by ELLIS Genoa researchers @Neurips 2020
14 December 2020 | Events
Members of Ellis Genoa had a number of accepted papers at NeurIPS 2020, the Thirty-fourth Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems.
Taking place virtually Dec 6th through Sat the 12th, NeurIPS is widely regarded as the most important international conference in AI. With nine accepted papers, three of which presented as orals, the Ellis Genoa unit is the best represented contributor to the conference from italian research Institutions and universities. NeurIPS is a highly competitive conference, with 9454 submissions this year, of which about 20% were accepted, and only 105 receiving oral presentations.
IIT & UniGe Joint Machine Learning and Intelligent System Initiative
3 December 2020 | News
Genoa raises the bet on AI: a new agreement between the Italian Institute of Technology and the University of Genoa to become an increasingly leading player in Italy and Europe.
The news is still fresh that Genoa is one of the 30 nodes of Ellis, the European company of artificial intelligence and machine learning, including centers such as Cambridge, ETH Zurich, Oxford, and the Max Planck Institute. Now the Italian Institute of Technology and the University of Genoa are relaunching with a new agreement, a joint initiative on machine learning and artificial intelligence aimed at consolidating and expanding the activities already present with the aim of becoming the incubator of new research projects, training and technology transfer. The new agreement will facilitate exchanges and synergies between the two institutions. The researchers involved in the initiative are among the world leaders in AI with activities ranging from theoretical foundations and algorithms, to applications of machine learning in areas such as robotics, neuroscience and cognitive sciences, and healthcare and AI. The new agreement has the stated objective of making Genoa one of the AI hubs in Italy and Europe.