At a recent conference, members of a working group were invited to give quick summaries of their research in a side meeting. Obviously these don't qualify as peer reviewed conference activity, but would it still be appropriate to include such a talk in the "other talks" portion of the CV?

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Yes, I don't see why you couldn't include this, as long as it's clearly understood that you didn't present a peer-reviewed paper at that conference.

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