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The Department of Chemistry of the University of Turin organizes the Colloquium: "Machine Learning meets Chemistry", to be held on the 17- 18th of February 2020 at the Department of Chemistry (via Pietro Giuria 7, Turin).
The consensus on the applicability of Machine Learning (ML) techniques within the chemistry community has been so rapid that it is urgent for the chemists (teachers, researchers and students) to grasp, at least, the basic foundations and applications of ML in diverse fields of chemistry. To fulfill that objective, the invited speakers will deliver talks for a general non-expert audience with the purpose to stimulate possible involvement/collaboration in the ML field.