Supporting women in machine learning

Since our first workshop in 2006, WiML has been creating opportunities for women in machine learning to present and promote their research.


Our goal is to enhance the experience of women in machine learning, and thereby increase the number of women in machine learning. Our flagship event is the annual WiML Workshop and we run programs year-round to make the achievements of women in machine learning known in the community.


We work to increase awareness and appreciation of the achievements of women in machine learning. Our programs help women build their technical confidence and their voice, and our publicity efforts help ensure that women in machine learning and their achievements are known in the community.

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Mailing List

We maintain a mailing list for the Women in Machine Learning network. Are you a women working in machine learning? Join our mailing list. Have a job posting, announcement, call for

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Profiles of Women in Machine Learning

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Directory of Women in Machine Learning

We maintain a directory of women working in machine learning. Are you a women working in machine learning? Add yourself to the directory. Looking for an invited speaker, area chai



WiML Workshop 2018
WiML Workshop 2018
  • 03 Dec
  • 09:00:00
  • Montreal, Canada

The 13th annual Women in Machine Learning workshop will be colocated with NIPS 2018 in Montreal, Canada in December 2018. All details are on the workshop website: When: December 3, 2018, 9a

WiML Executive Board

Kate Niehaus, PhD


Abigail Jacobs, PhD

University of California Berkeley

Sarah Tan

Cornell University/UCSF

Raia Hadsell, PhD


Jennifer Healey, PhD

Intel Labs

Allison Chaney, PhD

Princeton University

Been Kim, PhD

Google Brain

Jessica Thompson

Université de Montréal

Tamara Broderick, PhD

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Sarah Brown, PhD

University of California, Berkeley

Katie Kinnaird, PhD

Brown University

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