The Machine Learning Summer School in Okinawa 2024

March/04 (Mon) - March/15 (Fri), 2024, OIST conference center

by the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) and RIKEN AIP.


- Sep 7th. Prof. Kenji Fukumizu has joined as a lecturer!
- Sep 6th. Prof. Kenji Doya has joined as a lecturer of Brain-inspired AI!
- Aug 27th. The speaker's list has been updated.
- Aug 24th. Prof. Gitta Kutyniok (LMU, München) has joined as a lecturer of deep learning theory!
- Aug 20th. Prof. Diyi Yang (Stanford) has joined as a lecturer of natural language processing!
- Aug 15th. Prof. Tatsunori Hashimoto (Stanford) has joined as a lecturer of large language models!
- Aug 12th. Prof. Amy Zhang (UT Austin) has joined as a lecturer of reinforcement learning!
- Aug 1st.   The submission site is now open! 

The machine learning summer school (MLSS) series was started in 2002 with the motivation to promulgate modern methods of statistical machine learning and inference. It was motivated by the observation that while many students are keen to learn about machine learning, and an increasing number of researchers want to apply machine learning methods to their research problems, only few machine learning courses are taught at universities. Machine learning summer schools present topics which are at the core of modern Machine Learning, from fundamentals to state-of-the-art practice. The speakers are leading experts in their field who talk with enthusiasm about their subjects.

The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) is a dynamic new graduate university of science and technology in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. The university is located on 85 hectares of protected forestland overlooking beautiful shoreline and coral reefs. The campus is striking architecturally, and the facilities are outstanding. There are no academic departments, which facilitates multidisciplinary research. Outstanding resources and equipment are provided and managed to encourage easy access and collaboration. English is the official language of the University, and the university research community is fully international, with more than 50 countries represented. OIST is rapidly gaining recognition in the worldwide academic community as a model for excellence in education and research.

The RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project has been launched since April 2016 with the subsidy for “Advanced Integrated Intelligence Platform Project (AIP) -Artificial Intelligence/ Big Data/ Internet of Things/ Cybersecurity-.” from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. Our center aims to achieve scientific breakthrough and to contribute to the welfare of society and humanity through developing innovative technologies. We also conduct research on ethical, legal and social issues caused by the spread of AI technology and develop human resources.