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The first annual meeting of the priority program provided a great opportunity to meet each other in person, exchange ideas and present current research.
We had a great start with the first iteration of the Junior Researcher Seminar, part of the priority program in Mathematical Foundations of AI.
The Junior Researcher Seminar series came to completion with exciting talks about various topics from deep learning theory.