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At least in the research community this is the typical approach to conferences (except for maybe the junior researchers that still donĀ“t dare to miss a single session).

When registering to the conference you get the full conference proceedings with all the scientific papers that are going to be presented. Presentations are just a summary of that content (except for the possible questions at the end of course).

Therefore, most of us prefer to focus on networking activities with the benefits you point out above

I would add, attend some sessions, but try to be the presenter.

The experiment seems rather exciting but isn't that the real point of attending conferences? To meet people and learn from them, not sit and listen to lectures that you can learn through reading books. Do you have other ideas in mind similar to this?

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