AI Mellontology Symposium 2022

AI Mellontology Symposium 2022

23 Sep 2022 | 8:00-18:30 CEST

This Symposium will be co-organized by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki CERTH.

The AI Mellontology Symposium 2022 will be a HYBRID event. It will take place in the Meteoroscopy Auditorium, AUTH Campus, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124, Greece. Remote participation will be done by zoom.

All symposium proceedings will be in English.

AI Mellontology Symposium 2022

Artificial Intelligence poses serious R&D and societal challenges to address in the near future.

Here are two notable examples

  • Knowledge is the basis of our society, yet it is not formally quantified. How can we quantify knowledge, knowledge aggregation and transfer (education)?
  • How can we build trustworthy and humanistic AI, while still advancing economic growth and competitiveness?

Horizon2020 AI flagship R&D projects: AI4Media and ELISE, together with the International AI Doctoral Academy (AIDA) joined forces in sponsoring the AI Methodology Symposium 2022, where participants will be able to debate hot AI issues of any form on any scientific, societal, industrial/economic AI aspect.

Discussion sessions will be informal and hopefully lively and hot aiming to debate contrasting views (thesis-antithesis) on each issue.

Session panellists will make short statements before or during the panel to be discussed by the audience. 

There will be 6 AI science/technology/society/industry sessions (4 in the morning and 2 in the afternoon).

You are welcome to

  • see other views and voice your own views on any panel topic, by using the ‘Voice your views’ area and
  • actively participate in each panel discussion.

The more innovative, futuristic, and even provocative your views are, the better. The discussion will be conducted though in a scientific way and in good faith.

The entire discussion and contributions will be compiled later in a public ‘AI research white paper’ that will guide R&D anywhere in the world, notably in the framework of AIDA and ICT48 R&D projects.

Categorized as AI