We have published the detailed schedule and the registration is now open for international attendees.
The conference will have an English track on both days. The first day will be in-person in Budapest (talks are also streamed), the second day will be fully online.
The ML Forum is a great reason to visit Budapest, a beautiful city and top tourism destination in Europe.
For further inspiration, we have compiled a list of things to see, do, and try in Budapest.
Keynotes speakers will be Ian Ozsvald and Bill Franks.
Here is a selection from the English tracks:
- Case studies: IKEA, 50Hertz Transmission, Prospect AI-Betting Analytics
- NLP: Hugging Face, Explosion, Barion
- Computer Vision: Continental AI Development Center, Graphcore
For the Python and PyData users we have several talks on Python libraries, for example Alejandro Herrera on Modin, Ritchie Wink on Polars and Jay Wang on StickyLand.
The talks in the NLP and Computer Vision tracks are also mostly Python-based.
The following ticket types are available:
- Hybrid ticket: In-person on the first day (May 3) at the Danubius Hotel Helia, online only access on the second day (May 4).
- Online Only ticket: Online access for both days.
The hybrid ticket also includes coffee breaks, lunch, and the welcome reception on the 3rd of May.
How to register?
Details and online registration: Budapest ML Forum Registration