News from Naver Labs Europe
PAL: Privacy-Enhancing Artificial Intelligence and Language Technologies AAAI Spring Symposium, Palo Alto, California, U.S.A.

Stanford University, 25th - 27th March 2019

The symposium will bring together researchers in privacy, artificial intelligence and human language technologies. 

The Case for a GDPR-Specific Annotated Dataset of Privacy Policies. Authors: Matthias Gallé, Athena Christofi and Hady Elsahar.

Matthias Gallé will present the paper and participate in a poster session

10th Statlearn 2019, Grenoble, France

4th - 5th April 2019

Statlearn’19 will be held in Grenoble.

The workshop Statlearn is a scientific workshop held every year.  It focuses on current and upcoming trends in Statistical Learning.

4th April, 11:30 AM

Diane Larlus, computer vision: Learning Image Representations for Efficient Visual Search

Seminar at NAVER LABS Europe: Research & Development at Heuritech
Date: 25th March 2019, 11:00 a.m.
Paris Saclay University

Speaker: Charles Ollion, Cofounder & CTO at Heuritech Lecturer in Deep Learning at Master Datascience Paris-Saclay / Epita, France. 

Seminars at NAVER LABS Europe are open to the public but space is limited. Register here

Julien Perez at Paris NLP Season 3 Meetup #4: Machine Reading

27th March 2019

Julien Perez, group lead Machine Learning and Optimization (MLO) will give a talk: Machine reading, recent advances and open questions: Over the last 5 years, differentiable programming and deep learning have become the-facto standard on a vast set of decision problems of data science. Three factors have enabled this rapid evolution.... More information

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