Accepted Papers

Paper ID Paper Title Author Names

Towards the Standardization of Data Licenses
Misha Benjamin (Element AI); Paul Gagnon (Element AI); Negar Rostamzadeh (Element AI); Chris Paul (UdeM); Yoshua Bengio (Mila); Alex Shee (Element AI)

AI-based evaluation of the SDGs - The case of crop detection with earth observation data Agriculture
Natalia Efremova (University of Oxford); Dennis West (University of Oxford); Dmitry Zausaev (Deep Planet)

Customizable Facial Gesture Recognition for Improved Assistive Technology Assistive Tech
Kuan-Chieh Wang (University of Toronto); Jixuan Wang (University of Toronto); Khai Truong (University of Toronto); Richard Zemel (University of Toronto)

Deep Learning to Predict Student Outcomes Education
Byung-Hak Kim (Udacity)

Unsupervised Recommendation and Discovery of an Education Marketplace Education
Akshay Budhkar (Georgian Partners); Will Bradbeer (Top Hat); Parinaz Sobhani (Georgian Partners)

Visualizing the Consequences of Climate Change Using Cycle-Consistent Adversarial Networks Environmental
Victor Schmidt (Mila); Alexandra Luccioni (Mila); S. Karthik Mukkavilli (Mila); Kris Sankaran (Mila); Yoshua Bengio (Mila); Narmada Balasooriya (ConscientAI Labs); Jennifer Chayes (Microsoft Research New England)

Structure-Based Networks for Drug Validation Health
Cătălina Cangea (University of Cambridge); Arturas Grauslys (University of Liverpool); Pietro Lio (University of Cambridge); Francesco Falciani (University of Liverpool)

Predicting Survival after surgery for brain tumour patients - A machine learning study on clinical and molecular data Health
Patric Fulop (University of Edinburgh); Areti Manataki (University of Edinburgh); Alex Agachi (Empiric Capital); Paul Pop (Neurolaboratories Limited)

Reducing leakage in distributed deep learning for sensitive health data Health
Praneeth Vepakomma (MIT); Otkrist Gupta (MIT); Abhimanyu Dubey (MIT); Ramesh Raskar (MIT)

RxRx1 - An image set for cellular morphological variation across many experimental batches Health
James Taylor (Recursion Pharmaceuticals); Berton Earnshaw (Recursion Pharmaceuticals); Ben Mabey (Recursion Pharmaceuticals); Mason Victors (Recursion Pharmaceuticals); Jason Yosinski (Uber AI Labs)

Split learning for health - Distributed deep learning without sharing raw patient data Health
Praneeth Vepakomma (MIT); Otkrist Gupta (MIT); Tristan Swedish (MIT); Ramesh Raskar (MIT)

Neural Transfer Learning for the Diagnosis of Perinatal Asphyxia Health
Charles C Onu (McGill University); Jonathan Lebensold (McGill University); William L Hamilton (McGill University); Doina Precup (McGill University)
Best poster
A Knowledge Graph-based Approach for Exploring the U.S. Opioid Epidemic Health
Maulik R Kamdar (Stanford University); Tymor Hamamsy (Stanford University); Shea Shelton (Stanford University); Ayin Vala (Stanford University, Foundation for Precision Medicine); Tome Eftimov (Stanford University); James Zou (Stanford University); Suzanne Tamang (Stanford University)

Working women and caste in India - A study of social disadvantage using feature attribution Social Welfare
Kuhu Joshi (International Food Policy Research Institute); Chaitanya K Joshi (Nanyang Technological University)

Mapping Informal Settlements in Developing Countries with Multi-resolution, Multi-spectral Data Sustainable Dev
Patrick Helber (DFKI, TU KL); Bradley J Gram-Hansen (University of Oxford); Indhu Varatharajan (German Aerospace Center DLR); Faiza Azam (Independent researcher); Alejandro Coca-Castro (Kings College London); Veronika Kopackova (Czech Geological Survey); Piotr Bilinski (University of Oxford, University of Warsaw)
Best paper
A pipeline for emergency response Urban Planning
Ayan Mukhopadhyay (Vanderbilt University); Yevgeniy Vorobeychik (Washington University in St. Louis)

High-frequency crowd insights for public safety and congestion control Urban Planning
Karthik Nandakumar (IBM Research, Singapore); Sebastien Blandin (IBM Research, Singapore); Laura Wynter (IBM Research, Singapore)

Multi-Task Learning for Segmentation of Building Footprints with Neural Networks Urban Planning
Benjamin Bischke (DFKI, TU KL); Patrick Helber (DFKI, TU KL); Joachim Folz (DFKI, TU KL); Andreas Dengel (DFKI, TU KL); Damian Borth (University of St. Gallen)