NeurIPS - Best paper award

Politecnico's Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Laboratory wins award


Politecnico di Milano has won the best paper award at the 34th NeurIPS (Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems), the reference international conference for machine learning and artificial intelligence.

The award went to the paper "No-Regret Learning Dynamics for Extensive-Form Correlated Equilibrium" by Andrea Celli, Alberto Marchesi, Gabriele Farina, Nicola Gatti from the Department of Electronics Information and Bioengineering’s Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Laboratory. According to the Award judges the paper: "solves a long-standing open problem where game theory, computer science and economics meet. The paper will have a substantial impact in the management of situations involving a mediator, for example in the efficient forwarding of traffic through navigation apps." In the last 20 years, no Italian university or research centre has won this award.

Active for more than 35 years, the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Laboratory represents one of the research groups that has been working on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Machine Perception for the longest time in Italy and teams up with many other Italian and international research groups, institutions, and companies.

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