Unleashing the Power of AI: AICS 2023 gathers the brightest minds to ATU to explore the future of artificial intelligence
The 31st Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS 2023) is set to make waves as it returns for another year, bringing AI to the forefront of the scientific community. Hosted by Atlantic Technological University (ATU) in collaboration with Ulster University, this year's conference will be held in-person at the ATU Donegal Letterkenny campus on the 7 and 8 of December 2023.
Established in 1988, the AICS Conference has been a cornerstone of the Irish scientific landscape, uniting researchers in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science. These fields have evolved to encompass diverse areas such as Data Analytics, Natural Language Processing, Information Retrieval, and Machine Learning, all of which play pivotal roles in shaping modern computing research and industry in Ireland.
The AICS 2023 programme, supported by technical sponsorship from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) UK and Ireland Computational Intelligence Chapter, promises to be a beacon of innovation, featuring presentations of high-quality theoretical and applied scientific papers.
Keynote speakers include, Salvatore Tedesco, a Senior Researcher and Team Leader at the Wireless Sensor Networks Group, Tyndall National Institute, UCC, Toju Duke, a passionate advocate for Responsible AI and the founder of Diverse AI, and Dr Róisín Loughran, Manager of the Regulated Software Research Centre at Dundalk Institute of Technology
Salvatore will explore the realm of AI-based Smart Wearable Systems for Health and Wellness in Sports, Ageing, and Rehabilitation, while Toju will shed light on the crucial topic of "The Responsible AI Framework: Developing Impactful AI Systems." Meanwhile Dr Loughran will examine ethical side of AI in her address: “The Regularity and Ethical Concerns for AI in Critical and Non-Critical Domains”.
Registration for AICS2023 is now open and the public can register to attend by visiting www.aics.ie.