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MIX-AI, 24-26 July 2018, Dublin, Ireland
July 24 - July 26
World Summit and Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Promoting Multi-disciplinary Innovation eXchange, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
The name “MIX-AI” plays to the idea of Multidisciplinary Innovation eXchange – which as you will be aware is a key factor underpinning much of the funding available from various grant agencies.
MIX-AI is supported by Science Foundation Ireland, Microsoft, Dell and others and one of the big drivers of the event is to assist researchers to tap into some of the schemes which offer large-scale funding (e.g. the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 “Societal Challenges Programme” etc). With this in mind we are inviting researchers and thought leaders from around Europe (and further afield) to submit papers to 6 separate streams which broadly speaking map onto the “official” Societal Challenges as designated by the EU. These streams will be:
- AI for Health and Wellbeing
- AI for Food/Agriculture & the Bioeconomy
- AI for Energy & Environment
- AI for Transportation
- AI and its impact on Society
- AI for Business & Finance
As well as being a fantastic networking opportunity, MIX-AI will also assist researchers to meet the dissemination obligations of existing projects as well as helping them secure partners for future projects. It would also be a great venue to promote our research in SliceNet and how it can address issues within these societal challenges. The vertical use cases would potentially make good topics, along with AI/ML techniques for cognitive network management etc. The event would also be a good opportunity for holding a project workshop/meeting.
With that in mind I’d like to invite you to attend and/or submit a paper for presentation at MIX-AI. More details can be found at the following link: www.mixsummit-ai.com/
I also draw your attention to the MIX Prize of €10,000 will be awarded for the best submission.
Please feel free to get back to me if you have any questions, Prof. Paul Walsh, Paul.Walsh@cit.ie