August 31, 2021 Newsletter

August 31, 2021 Newsletter

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Take a look at our August 31, 2021 Newsletter with updates from the Ken Kennedy Institute.

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  • Last Call: Abstract Submissions
  • Medium: DeepMind Has Not Solved The Protein Folding Problem Yet

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Last Call: Abstract Submissions

The Ken Kennedy AI and Data Science Conference is going virtual. Conference registration will be free, thanks to our sponsors! The conference aims to bring together a diverse set of people from multiple communities spanning academia and industry.

The Ken Kennedy Institute invites you to submit an abstract in consideration for giving a talk in the technical program during the conference, tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, October 26th.

Wednesday Workshop: Abstract Submissions
You are invited to prepare an extended abstract for presentation on the special add-on day within the 5th Annual 2021 Ken Kennedy AI and Data Science Conference at Rice University.

The add-on day will be on Wednesday, Oct. 27th and will include hands-on tutorial sessions and additional technical talks focused on Scalable and Sustainable AI: Overcoming the Wide Gap Between AI in Theory and AI in Production.

Abstract submissions are due on September 3, 2021.

By Angela Wilkins, Executive Director, Ken Kennedy Institute

Physics is the study of the universe. This can encompass the movement of the galaxies to the “how” of the smallest particles. No matter the shape and size of the problem, data has always been a constant.

In the early days of physics, mathematical models were painstakingly written out and often solved by hand. I think of Galileo recognizing that the earth revolves around the sun. I think of Einstein making the jump to general relativity. There was data but it was sparse. Even so, they found the theory (or model) that worked and could explain the data.

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