Author Archives: Philippe Fournier-Viger

Delayed Conference Notifications

Today, I will talk about the delay for conference paper notifications. This topic idea came to me as I observed the reaction of some Twitter users to the AAAI 2022 paper notification. What happened? Briefly, I was looking at the … Continue reading

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Some common problems of pattern mining papers

Today, I will talk about pattern mining, a subfield of data mining, that aims at discovering interesting patterns in data. In particular, I will talk about why several papers from that field do not have much impact. This is generally … Continue reading

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Three videos about Recent Studies on Pattern Mining

In this blog post, I will share three videos about pattern mining describing three research papers from from my team. These videos are not very long, as they are designed to just give a brief overview about the papers. Hope … Continue reading

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Brief report about the PRICAI 2021 conference

In this blog post, I will write briefly about the 18th Pacific Rim International Conf on Artificial Intelligence (PRICAI 2021) conference, which was held from November 8–12, 2021, in Hanoi, Vietnam, and online. What is PRICAI ? PRICAI is an … Continue reading

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2,000,000 visitors on this blog!

This blog has been created about 8 years ago (in 2013) for the purpose of talking about research, academia, and data mining. Today, I just saw that the counter of visitors to this blog has passed 2,000,000. This is of … Continue reading

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Paying to be a keynote speaker?

Recently, I received an e-mail from the organizer of an event in the UK called “International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning ” from a website called UnitedResearchForum, where the organizers asked me to participate as a keynote speaker: From … Continue reading

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The “Top 2% most influential scientists of 2020” according to Stanford

In recent days, I see many posts on Linkedin about researchers that mention that they are in the list of the top 2% most influential scientists of 2020 according to Stanford. Here is an example: I understand why people post … Continue reading

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Brief report about EITCE 2021

Today, I attended the EITCE 2021 conference, which was held in Xiamen, China from the 22nd to 24th October 2021. The conference was held virtually and I participated as an invited keynote speaker. In this blog post, I will talk … Continue reading

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CFP: The 1st Workshop on Pattern Mining and Machine Learning in Big Complex Database

This is to let you know about the upcoming 1st Workshop on Pattern mining and Machine learning in Big complex Databases (PMDB 2022) workshop that I co-organize at the DASFAA 2022 conference! PMDB 2022 aims at providing a place for researchers … Continue reading

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Travelling

Today, I will talk about something that I like very much, which is travelling. Being a researcher has allowed me to travel to numerous places around the world that I may not have discovered otherwise. In fact, I have attended … Continue reading

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