The Tea Time Talks are a series of talks primarily given by the faculty and students studying Artificial Intelligence at the University of Alberta. Everyone is welcome to attend!
The 2023 talks will start June 6th and will run until late August. Talks are scheduled to be held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4:15 pm - 4:45 pm MT.
The 2023 talks will be hosted in Computing Science Centre (CSC 3-33) at the University of Alberta for Tuesdays and Thursdays, and at Amii (Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute) for Wednesdays.
The 2023 talks will have a hybrid format. There will be mix of in-person talks and online talks (via Zoom).
If you would like to give a talk, then you can sign up here but make sure to first read the guidelines for presenters!
Talks may be recorded and subsequently posted to the Amii Intelligence YouTube channel. Please check your Zoom privacy settings prior to joining a talk.
Code of Conduct for Audience (full version): The purpose of these talks is to give junior researchers an opportunity to present their on-going work. The attitude should be the one of collaboration when asking questions. Questions during the talk should primarily be about minor clarifications. Broader discussions about the overall line of research and larger confusions are best reserved for the Q&A session. Doing so ensures that we allow the speaker to execute their planned talk with-in the allotted 20 minutes. Any feedback about style or structure of the talk can be shared privately afterwards.
If you're planning on presenting, there are a few things to keep in mind:
The coordinator for the 2023 Tea Time Talks is Yanqing Wu. They can be reached at yanqing.wu AT ualberta DOT ca.