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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 »

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 »

InstaDeep’s Arnu Pretorius gets second paper accepted at NeurIPS showcasing the true potential of African AI researchers

Cape Town, 01 Oct 2020 – In 2018, Arnu Pretorius broke ground as the first African researcher to get a paper accepted at NeurIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems Conference), one of the most prestigious AI Conferences in the world. With “Critical initialisation for deep signal propagation in noisy rectifier neural networks” (arXiv:1811.00293v2), Arnu, still a… Read more »

InstaDeep at NeurIPS 2018

We have a strong team present at NeurIPS this week, with exciting things on the agenda. We are proud to announce that — for the first time — two of our research papers will be presented, a huge milestone for us. Additionally, three of our colleagues including our CEO, Karim, are presenting in the workshop Black in AI (BAI)…. Read more »