1st Workshop on Pervasive Intelligence (1st PEINT)

This workshop focuses on methods and applications for data analysis in smart environments, enabled by artificial intelligence, including (but not limited to) neural networks. It encourages the submission of papers addressing concepts and methods related to the processing and analysis of data from multiple sensor modalities, especially high throughput audio and video. Novel methods and algorithms in this context should cope with specific challenges and open research issues. Experiments on publicly available datasets are also encouraged to demonstrate the effectiveness of these methods. Application papers should stress the societal impact of the proposed approach.
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Emerging Trends in AI

Artificial Intelligence is in a new ‘boom’ period, with exponential growth in commercialisation of research and development, products being introduced into market with embedded A.I. as well as ‘intelligent systems’ of various types. Projections for commercial revenue from A.I. show exponential growth; such is the ubiquitous nature of A.I. in the modern world that members of the public are interacting with intelligent systems or agents every day – even though they often aren’t aware of it!

This workshop, led by Professor John MacIntyre, will consider emerging themes in A.I., covering not only the technical aspects of where A.I. is going, but the wider question of ethics, and the potential for future regulatory frameworks for the development, implementation, and operation of intelligent systems and their role in our society. The workshop format will be three short presentations by the keynote speakers, followed by an interactive panel Q&A session where the panel members and audience will engage in a lively debate on the topics discussed!
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