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Streams organized as part of the
14thAnnual International Conference on Information Technology & Computer Science
21-24 May 2018, Athens, Greece
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21-24 May 2018
A Stream on Theoretical Computer Science
organized by the Computer Unit of ATINER
Stream Leader: Dr. Thomas Fehlmann, Euro Project Office AG, Switzerland.
The stream’s aim is to bring together academics and researchers of all areas of Theoretical Computer Science, Algorithmic Complexity, Complexity Theory, Theory of Computation, Computability, Testability, Automata Theory, Formal Language Theory, Lambda Calculus, Combinatory Logic, Markov Algorithms, Self-correcting Coding and other related disciplines in view of its cross-fertilization effects on Education, Security, Safety, Cryptology, Software and System Testing, Internet of Things, Big Data, Root-Cause Analysis, Autonomous Driving and other related application areas.
Deadline: 22 January 2018
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21-24 May 2018
A Stream on “Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning”
organized by the Computer Unit of ATINER
Stream Leader: Dr. Jeril Kuriakose, Senior Software Engineer, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, RawData Technologies Pvt. Ltd., India.
The gathers communities to discuss the recent research and application of Algorithms, Tools, and Platforms to solve the hard problems that exist within organizing and analyzing massive and noisy data sets. It also to promote research in artificial intelligence (AI) and scientific exchange among AI researchers, practitioners, scientists, and engineers in affiliated disciplines. Machine learning is a particular approach to artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence is the future. Artificial intelligence is science fiction. Artificial intelligence is already part of our everyday lives. All those statements are true, it just depends on what flavour of AI you are referring to. AI has been part of our imaginations and simmering in research labs since a handful of computer scientists rallied around the term at the Dartmouth Conferences in 1956 and birthed the field of AI. In the decades since, AI has alternately been heralded as the key to our civilization’s brightest future, and tossed on technology’s trash heap as a hare-brained notion of over-reaching propeller heads. Over the past few years AI has exploded, and especially since 2015. Much of that has to do with the wide availability of GPUs that make parallel processing ever faster, cheaper, and more powerful. It also has to do with the simultaneous one-two punch of practically infinite storage and a flood of data of every stripe (that whole Big Data movement) – images, text, transactions, mapping data, you name it.
Deadline: 22 January 2018
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21-24 May 2018
A Stream on “Internet of Things”
organized by the Computer Unit of ATINER
Stream Leader: Till Haenisch, Professor, University of Cooperative Education, Germany.
The aim of the stream is to bring together academics and researchers related to Internet of Things, Industrial Internet, Smart Factories and Industry 4.0.
Deadline: 22 January 2018
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