Computers and Humans Meet in Montréal

From April 21 to 26 2018, human-computer interaction received a thorough examination during the CHI 2018 international conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems held at the Palais des congrès de Montréal. Over 3,000 of the top researchers, scientists, and designers in the world from 50 different countries gathered to present their latest research, solve their hardest problems, learn new material and build their networks.
Montréal was a valid choice for this AI international conference as the city enjoys the support of numerous universities and centres specialising in fundamental and applied research, including the McGill University Centre for Intelligent Machines, the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA) and the Institute for Data Valorization (Ivado) among others.

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