Trust, Autonomy and Computational Intelligence Open Challenges Workshop
UNSW Canberra at ADFA, Northcott Drive, Canberra
The Trust, Autonomy and Computational Intelligence Open Challenges Workshop (TACIOC) brings together a number of internationally recognized scientists to discuss the contribution that the field of Computational Intelligence can make to the area of Trusted Autonomy. The workshop will cover discussions on Trust, Human Machine Interfaces, Machine Learning, and Optimisation as some key technological building blocks towards achieving a Trusted Autonomous system. At the conclusion of TACIOC, the aim is to define interesting problems that can benefit from bringing together complementary scientific disciplines to make substantial and interesting breakthrough beneficial scientific discoveries to our society.
Registration is free of charge. However, registration is mandatory for attendance and only those whom registrations have been accepted, will be allowed to attend because of limited spaces. It is imperative to register by sending the registration form to the registration chair: Dr. George Leu at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the workshop, email the UNSW-Canberra Trusted Autonomy Group Coordinator - Dr. Kathryn Merrick at email@example.com