ACM Conference on Recommender Systems Returns in Hybrid Physical/Virtual Format
RecSys 2021 to Feature Contributions by Leading Researchers and Major Companies
New York, NY, September 20, 2021 – The latest research and advancements in recommender systems will be presented at RecSys 2021, the 15th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems. RecSys will be held from September 27 through October 1 physically in Amsterdam, Netherlands, with an inclusive format that makes possible remote attendance for those who need it.
The conference, hosted by the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (ACM SIGCHI), is the premier international forum for the presentation of new research results, systems and techniques in the broad field of recommender systems. RecSys brings together the major international research groups working on recommender systems, along with many of the world’s leading companies active in e-commerce and other adjacent domains.
RecSys 2021 will feature a full program of research papers, workshops, and tutorials, as well as an industry track and a doctoral symposium. Highlights include the return of the RecSys Challenge, which this year will focus on the real-world task of Tweet engagement prediction in a dynamic environment. Also returning this year is “Women in RecSys,” a coordinated set of program offerings and networking events to foster diversity among the RecSys community.
“Graph Neural Networks for Knowledge Representation and Recommendation”
Max Welling, Research Chair, Machine Learning, University of Amsterdam and Distinguished Scientist, Microsoft Research
Natali Helberger, Professor of Law and Digital Technology, University of Amsterdam, and Member, Board of Directors, Institute of Information Law
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