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The 3rd edition of Deep Learning DevCon (DLDC 2022) is here | July 30

The summit will feature talks, workshops, paper presentations, exhibitions and hackathons.

Pushing the boundaries of the deep learning space, Analytics India Magazine, along with the Association of Data Scientists (ADaSci), brings you the third edition of the Deep Learning DevCon (DLDC22). Centring on addressing composite problems in deep learning approaches, this one-day virtual conference is a ticket to first-hand networking with leading professionals and researchers across the deep learning industry who will explore the many areas of research and advancement in this space. 

Where: Virtual
When: July 30, 2022
Register here

Since deep learning is such a broad subarea of ​​artificial intelligence and machine learning, the volume of problems derived from this approach is very extensive. DLDC plans to uncover those approaches and bring out the latest groundwork and headway in this field. With more than 15000 attendees, 500+ organisations, 8 hours of hands-on workshops and 50+ industry leaders as speakers, DLDC22 is the benchmark for India’s deep learning ecosphere. 


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The summit will feature talks, paper presentations, exhibitions and hackathons. There will also be a track on workshops on deep learning.

DLDC has previously been sponsored by American Express, Genpact, Ugam (A Merkle Company), MiQ, and TSW, amongst others, and the conference has had speakers from industry giants like Google, Verizon, and Siemens, amongst many others, over the last two years. 

Call for papers

DLDC2022 welcomes submissions reporting research that advances deep learning, broadly conceived. The conference scope includes all subareas of deep learning. We expressly encourage work that cuts across technical areas or develops DL techniques in the context of important application domains, such as healthcare, sustainability, transportation, and commerce.

The submissions are open for 2022, and more details can be found here.

Key highlights of DLDC 2022 

  • Technology talks by expert visionaries
  • Paper presentations by deep learning practitioners & researchers
  • Exhibitions & hackathons
  • Full-day hands-on workshops
  • Networking with fellow researchers, practitioners, scientists, academicians, and engineers in AI and its affiliated disciplines
  • Meeting potential employers virtually 
  • Interaction with esteemed speakers, and more.

Registration and tickets

Book your passes here to reserve your seat now.

The conference will be hosted virtually. Register here.

The schedule and list of speakers for this year’s Deep Learning DevCon will be announced soon. Check this space for relevant announcements. 

Be a part of India’s no.1 conference exclusively for the deep learning professionals’ community by attending the Deep Learning DevCon 2022. We look forward to having you with us for the event. Hurry up and book your seat now! 


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Anushka Pandit
Anushka currently works as the Copy Editor for Analytics India Magazine's editorial team. She holds a B Tech in Computer Science and an MA in Media and Communication Studies. Anushka loves to read, write and recite poetry, and click and explore nature. Reach her at

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