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MLx Representation Learning and Generative AI

MLx Representation Learning and Generative AI

Thursday 11th July 2024 - 2024-07-14
  • Machine Learning
  • Quantitative Research
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Thursday 11th July 2024 - Sunday 14th July 2024 at 09: 00
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Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, Andrew Wiles Building, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter (550), Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG

We’re sponsoring the 2024 Oxford Machine Learning Summer School programme on MLx Representation Learning and Generative AI.

The three-day event – running from 11 to 14 July – brings together some of the world’s top researchers from academia and industry to cover the latest developments in representation learning and generative AI.

We’ll be there on Saturday 12 July to give an insight into life at G-Research, as well as an overview of our current opportunities and upcoming internships.

If you’re attending, come and say hello and learn more about what we do and our opportunities in industry.

Learn more

Learn more about the 2024 Oxford Machine Learning Summer School and its programmes, including MLx Representation Learning and Generative AI.

Date:
Thursday 11 to Sunday 14 July 2024

Time:

All day

Location:

Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford,
Andrew Wiles Building,
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter (550),
Woodstock Road,
Oxford,
OX2 6GG

Interested in a Graduate Opportunity at G-Research?

We typically launch our graduate positions in August. You can view all of our current roles – including internships and placement years – via the link below.

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