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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR DEMONSTRATIONS - NIPS 2007 Neural Information Processing Systems

www.nips.cc

CALL FOR DEMONSTRATIONS - NIPS 2007
Neural Information Processing Systems -- Natural and Synthetic NIPS 2006 Conference -- December 3 - 6, 2007 Hyatt Regency Vancouver, BC, CANADA

www.nips.cc

Demonstration Proposal Deadline: September 21, 2007

Would you like to interactively demonstrate your novel hardware, software, or wetware technology, your robot, or your chip to people at the NIPS 2007 Conference?

The Neural Information Processing Systems Conference has a Demonstration Track that will run in parallel with the popular evening Poster Sessions.

Demonstrators will have a chance to show their live interactive demos in the areas of hardware technology, neuromorphic and biologically-inspired systems, robotics, and software systems. The only hard rules are that the demo must show novel technology and must be LIVE and INTERACTIVE!
(It is not a back-door Poster Session.)

The full call for demonstrations is at the following URL:
http://nips.cc/Conferences/2007/Calls/CallForDemos

Giacomo Indiveri
and
Xubo Song