THE QUEST

AIMLSystems is a new conference targeting the research in the intersection of Systems Engineering and Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning techniques.

Through this conference, we plan to examine how immense strides in AI/ML techniques are made possible through advances in the computational systems and how the use of AI/ML can help in the data-driven explorations of the design space of the computational systems. We also investigate how new breeds of AI/ML systems enable new forms of socio-techno-economic systems and they in turn generate new requirements for research in AI/ML techniques.

This conference series is an initiative of the COMSNETS Association, a not-for-profit organization, which has organized the prestigious COMSNETS conference every year since 2009. ACM has awarded it the in-cooperation staus and several top-notch institutions are its patrons.

Keynotes

Research Keynotes

Sang Cha

SNU, Korea

Juliana Freire

NYU Tandon School of Engineering, USA

Johannes Gehrke

Microsoft Research in Redmond, USA

Sergei Kuznetsov

HSE University, Moscow, Russia

Geoff Webb

Monash University, Australia

Gerhard Weikum

Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik, Germany

Industry Insights Keynotes

Anand Deshpande

Persistent Systems, India

Daniel Keller

Visable Labs GmbH, Germany

Ananth Krishnan

TCS, India

Rajeev Rastogi

Amazon, India

Logistics

Conference Format

The conference is preliminarly planned to be held in a combination of virtual and physical participation in Bangalore. Depending on the locus of Covid-19, the format may be updated to virtual only.

Call for Papers

The goal of the conference is to create a world-class forum for discussing cutting edge research, and directions for new innovative business and technology.

Awards

The conference will give four Prof. Ram Kumar 'Best of AIML Systems' awards: One to an outstanding paper advancing basic theory and algorithms, one to an outstanding example of application-oriented research, another to the best demo, and one to the best work reported in the doctoral symposium.

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