Category: NeurIPS


Tunis InstaDeep researchers at NeurIPS 2023’s NAML: North African Machine Learning workshop

Two InstaDeep Tunis-based AI researchers will present at NeurIPS 2023 NAML: North African Machine Learning workshop on multi-script handwriting recognition and what happens Multi agent Reinforcement Learning is built on economic theories. The pair’s different research interests illustrate the breadth of AI research happening in North Africa. Oussama Mahfoudhi looks at the logic of language… Read more »

InstaDeep hits a new record, taking five papers to New Orleans for NeurIPS 2022

InstaDeep is pleased to announce that a record five of its AI research papers have been accepted for presentation at the Thirty-sixth Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS 2022) with two papers in the main track and three workshop papers, including one authored in collaboration with BioNTech as part of our joint AI Innovation… Read more »

An early detection system for desert locust outbreaks in Africa, in collaboration with Google AI

Our collaboration with Google AI, “On pseudo-absence generation and machine learning for locust breeding ground prediction in Africa”, describes an early detection system for desert locust outbreaks across the African continent. This research will be presented at two NeurIPS 2021 machine learning conference workshops: Artificial Intelligence for Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response (AI+HADR) and Machine… Read more »

InstaDeep announces three workshop papers accepted at NeurIPS2021

InstaDeep today announces that it has had three papers accepted for presentation at the 2021 Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS 2021), including one authored in collaboration with Google Research.  NeurIPS2021 is the 35th edition of the highly prestigious annual machine learning conference, with sessions and workshop tracks presenting the latest research in… Read more »

First Joint InstaDeep-BioNTech research paper accepted at the NeurIPS AI conference

This first research paper focuses on a novel in-silico approach to protein sequence design by combining computational biology with reinforcement learning to develop new therapeutics for infectious diseases. It has been accepted at two NeurIPS workshops, plus a special invitation to contribute in the COVID19 Symposium. This follows the recent announcement from BioNTech and InstaDeep… Read more »

NeurIPS 2020: InstaDeep with record contribution including spotlight talk and five poster presentations

For the third year in a row, InstaDeep’s latest research findings across Deep Learning and Reinforcement Learning have been accepted to the Advances of Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS) conference. The annual event aims to foster an exchange of research and neural information processing systems, and with no less than one paper accepted for the… Read more »

InstaDeep-DeepMind Paper accepted at NeurIPS 2020 Workshop

The research, Learning Compositional Neural Programs for Continuous Control, is a collaboration between InstaDeep, Google DeepMind, Sorbonne University and the French National Center for Research (CNRS). It proposes a novel compositional approach to solve robotics manipulation tasks through the solution dubbed AlphaNPI-X, which empirically shows that it can effectively learn to tackle challenging sparse manipulation… Read more »