Black in AI 2019: Call for Submissions The deadline for submissions has officially passed!
We invite submissions for the Third Black in AI Workshop (co-located with NeurIPS 2019 at the Vancouver Convention Center, Vancouver CANADA. We welcome research work in artificial intelligence, computational neuroscience, and its applications.
These include, but are not limited to, deep learning, knowledge reasoning, machine learning, multi-agent systems, statistical reasoning, theory, computer vision, natural language processing, robotics, as well as applications of AI to other domains such as health and education, and submissions concerning fairness, ethics, and transparency in AI.
2019 Workshop Chairs Name, Institution, Chair of Esube Bekele, In-Q-Tel, Sponsorships & Logistics Ezinne Nwankwo, Harvard University, Accomodations & Travel Ignatius Ezeani, Lancaster University, Publicity Charles Onu, McGill University, Accomodations & Travel Charles Earl, Automattic.com, Travel Grants Flora Tasse, Streem Inc, Publications Daniel Nkemelu, Georgia Institute of Technology, Sponsorships & Logistics Victor Silva, University of Alberta, Recruitment Bernease Herman, University of Washington, Finance 2019 Program Committee BAI thanks the following program committe members for their support and outstanding work.
The 3rd Black in AI event will be co-located with NeurIPS 2019 at the Vancouver Convention Center, Vancouver Canada on December 9th from 7:30 am to 8:00 pm PST. The workshop will feature a panel discussion and invited talks from prominent researchers and practitioners, oral presentations, and a poster session. We invite all members of the AI community to attend the workshop. Please, register at this registration link.
Thanks to our corporate sponsors, the workshop is free to attendees and we are able to provide inclusive travel funding to select participants.
Thanks We thank the following companies and institutions for their support.
The deadline for submissions has officially passed!
We welcome works in artificial intelligence, including, but not limited to, computer vision, deep learning, knowledge reasoning, machine learning, multi-agent systems, natural language processing, statistical reasoning, theory, robotics, as well as applications of AI to other domains such as health and education, and submissions concerning fairness, ethics, and transparency in AI. Papers may introduce new theory, methodology, or applications.
We also welcome position papers and demos related to these areas.
The deadline for Travel Grants has officially passed!
Need-based travel grants will be awarded to workshop participants. Participants do not need to submit a paper in order to be considered for a travel grant. The travel grant can be used for covering costs associated with the workshop such as NIPS registration, accommodation and travel. Please note that the travel grants may not cover all of your costs and we may not be able to award them to all applicants.