Welcome to Canadian AI 2021!
The 34th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence took place virtually in Vancouver, British Columbia, 25 May to 28 May, 2021.
The best paper award went to Stephen Obadinma, Hongyuo Guo and Xiaodan Zhu for their paper Class-wise Calibration: A Case Study on COVID-19 Hate Speech.
The best student paper award went to Philippe Racicot, Richard Khoury and Christophe Père for their article Estimation of uncertainty bounds on disparate treatment when using proxies for the protected attribute.
The award for the best PhD thesis for 2021 went to Tyrone Strangway for this thesis Three ways to get your way: strategize, gerrymander, party. You can view his presentation below.
The event is collocated with the Computer and Robot Vision conferences. These events (AI·CRV 2021) will bring together hundreds of leaders in research, industry, and government, as well as Canada's most accomplished students. They showcase Canada's ingenuity, innovation and leadership in intelligent systems and advanced information and communications technology. A single registration lets you attend any session in the two conferences, which are scheduled in parallel tracks.
The conference proceedings are published on PubPub, an open-source, privacy-respecting, and open access online platform. They are submitted to be indexed and abstracted in leading indexing services such as DBLP, ACM, Google Scholar.
You can view the proceedings here: https://caiac.pubpub.org/ai2021 .