Poster at the Women in Machine learning Workshop, cohosted @NeurIPS


Our Ph.D. Student Jennifer presented a poster about her work on the development of a Python library containing toxicological datasets for machine learning and the development of a new method termes conformational oversampling to balance chemical datasets.

Both the Women in Machine Learning workshop (WIML) and the NeurIPS conference were a great success. Many inspiring talks, conversations and a large number of new methods and cool applications. It was 7 very exciting days and being a part of such a conference just felt great.

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