Initiative seminar on Digitalisation 2018

Initiative seminar on Digitalisation: Security & privacy | Machine Intelligence

 

The well attended initiative seminar on Digitalisation 2017 will now have a sequel on 15 March 2018 at Chalmers conference center, Runan. This time we present a more in-depth programme – with half a day on Security and Privacy and the other half-day on Machine Intelligence. 


The seminar is free of charge but you need to register for this event:

Registration is open >


Programme 15 March 2018:

Please note that there might be small changes to the programme at this stage.

09:00 | Welcome and introduction, David Sands, Chalmers
09:10 | The challenge of being anonymous on the Internet
             Claudia Diaz, Associate Professor, Computer Security and Industrial Cryptography group, KU Leuven
09:50 | Securing the web of things
              Andrei Sabelfeld, Professor, Information Security, Chalmers University of Technology
10:10 | Verifiable Computation: Outsourcing to a Cloud you Don't Trust
              Katerina Mitrokotsa, Associate Professor, Networks and Systems, Chalmers University of Technology

10:30 | COFFEE BREAK

10:55 | Hardware-Assisted Security: From Trust Anchors to Meltdown of Trust
              Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, Professor of Computer Science, Technische Universität Darmstadt and Head of System Security Lab.
11:40 | Panel discussion on Security and Privacy Risks of AI
              Moderator: David Sands, Professor, Information Security, Chalmers University of Technology

12:00 | LUNCH

13:00 | Introduction, Devdatt Dubhashi, Chalmers
13:10 | Stochastic Modelling of Urban Structure
              Mark Girolami, Professor of Statistics, Imperial College London and Programme Director of The Alan Turing Institute-Lloyd's Register Foundation Programme in Data-Centric Engineering
13:50 | Machine intelligence for Telecom and Beyond
              Elena Fersman, Research leader in Machine Intelligence, Ericsson Research, and Adjunct Professor, Cyber-Physical Systems, KTH
14:20 | Computer Vision after Deep Learning
              Fredrik Kahl, Professor, Computer Vision, Chalmers University of Technology

14:40 | COFFEE BREAK

15:10 | Emergent (linguistic) behaviour through multi-agent interactions
              Angeliki Lazaridou, Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
15:50 | Machine learning for language processing: where are we now, and what are the challenges?
              Richard Johansson, Associate Professor, Data Science, University of Gothenburg
16:10 | Life 3.0 and Android Dreams: Future Directions in AI
              Devdatt Dubhashi, Professor, Data Science, Chalmers University of Technology
16:30-16:45 | Closing
16:45-17:45 | Mingle in foyer

Venue: Chalmers Conference Centre, Chalmersplatsen 1, Göteborg 

Contact:

Malin Ulfvarson, Communications officer Area of Advance ICT, malin.ulfvarson@chalmers.se


Published: Mon 18 Dec 2017. Modified: Mon 19 Feb 2018