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NeurIPS 2022: Seven Microsoft Research Papers Selected for Oral Presentations

December 5, 2022
Microsoft is proud to be a platinum sponsor of the 36th annual conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS), which is widely regarded as the world’s most prestigious research conference on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Microsoft has a strong presence at NeurIPS again this year,…
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    NeurIPS 2022: Seven Microsoft Research Papers Selected for Oral Presentations 

    December 5, 2022

    Microsoft is proud to be a platinum sponsor of the 36th annual conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS), which is widely regarded as the world’s most prestigious research conference on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Microsoft has a strong presence at NeurIPS again this year,…

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