Apple has today made it official that it will be attending and presenting at the 33rd Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS) Conference and Workshop on Machine Learning, from December 8 to December 14, in Vancouver, Canada (via MacRumors).
Apple made the announcement in a recent Machine Learning Journal entry noting that the company is a Diamond Sponsor of the event and that it will be presenting papers on Machine Learning topics throughout the event.
Apple has also provided a schedule of presentations that will be made by Apple employees at the conference.
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Apple has demonstrated its use of machine learning in its work on self-driving cars at previous NeurIPS conferences and plans to highlight the use of machine learning in health this year, among other topics.