What are the most significant annual Machine Learning conferences?
- One conference per answer
- Include a link to the conference
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NIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems). It's actually an intersection of machine learning, and application areas such as speech/language, vision, neuro-science, and other related areas.
AISTATS -- Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics
Similar flavor of papers to NIPS, although papers may be of slightly lower quality. It is much smaller than ICML or NIPS, which allows people to have deeper interactions.
Artificial Intelligence In Medicine (AIME), odd years starting from 1985.
To see the type of papers presented at the conference see the videos of the last confenece on videolectures.net
One of the only machine learning conferences for those in Australia and New Zealand is:
It's held in Adelaide this year.
IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence. Note that it is the link for 2010 conference.
International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks. Note that the link is for the 2010 conference.