Free

Neuro-Symbolic Computing and Machine Common Sense (2019 Workshop)

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

MIT Samberg Conference Center

50 Memorial Drive

DR 4

Cambridge, MA 02142

Event description

Description

Join us for the IBM Research Neuro-Symbolic Computing and Machine Common Sense workshop during the IBM AI Research Week in Cambridge, Massachusetts!


Neuro-symbolic methods are relatively new in the DL community and at present, they are largely driven by the findings at the intersection of the fields of child-psychology, generative modelling and neuroscience, suggesting symbol manipulation may be at the core of human common sense. This workshop will bring researchers from the aforementioned fields together with the highly diverse set of researchers in the wider fields of representation learning and reasoning, in order to advance discussion and promote collaborations across its various subdomains, with a special focus on Neuro-Symbolic AI and Neuro-Symbolic Computing and Machine Common Sense.

The 2019 IBM Research Neurosymbolic Computing and Machine Common Sense workshop will be held at the MIT Samberg Conference Center, at 50 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA, on Wednesday, September 18, 2019. This is a one day event that will feature a keynote, several short conference-style talks, and opportunities to discuss current research and results in this field. It is part of the AI Research Week hosted by the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab.

The event is open to all researchers and we encourage participation from students and professors. The main goal of the event is to increase awareness of each other's work, and to encourage interaction and collaboration.


Questions? Contact Akash Srivastava at akash.srivastava@ibm.com

To Register, please click on the Register button (above).
Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

MIT Samberg Conference Center

50 Memorial Drive

DR 4

Cambridge, MA 02142

Save This Event

Event Saved