Supporting women in machine learning

Our flagship event is the annual WiML Workshop, a technical workshop for women to present their research in machine learning. Looking for local meetups? Check out WiMLDS, another organization that supports women in machine learning by organizing local meetups.

Mission

Our goal is to enhance the experience of women in machine learning, and thereby increase the number and impact of women in machine learning.

Projects

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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Events

WiML/RL Event @ CoRL 2019
TBD
WiML/RL Event @ CoRL 2019
  • 30 Oct
  • TBD
  • Osaka, Japan

WiML is hosting a Women in ML/RL (WiML/RL) event at CoRL 2019 in Osaka, Japan Date: TBD Venue: Osaka Registration: Register during CoRL registration (https://www.robot-learning.org/) Please check back closer to October f

WiML Workshop 2019
08:00
WiML Workshop 2019
  • 09 Dec
  • 08:00
  • Vancouver, Canada

The 14th annual Women in Machine Learning workshop will be colocated with NeurIPS 2019 in Vancouver, Canada in December 2019. We start looking for workshop sponsors in June. Check back for details!

WiML Board of Directors

Brandie Nonnecke, PhD

CITRIS Policy Lab, UC Berkeley

Feryal Behbahani, PhD

Latent Logic

Jenny Sy, MBA

USA for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency

Rachel Thomas, PhD

fast.ai / University of San Francisco

Danielle Belgrave, PhD

Microsoft Research

Diana Cai

Princeton University

Kate Niehaus, PhD

Freenome

Sarah Tan

Cornell University/UCSF

Raia Hadsell, PhD

DeepMind

Jennifer Healey, PhD

Intel Labs

Been Kim, PhD

Google Brain

Jessica Thompson

Université de Montréal

Tamara Broderick, PhD

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Katie Kinnaird, PhD

Brown University

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