Two-day conference about Artificial Intelligence and its applications in a broad range of fields: from physics, to quantum computing, biology and other fields.
This is part of the the kick-off month for the AI Initiative for Science. Most speakers will be in-person in the conference. The meeting will also be streamed by Zoom and the videos will be uploaded in the Youtube channel of AII4Science (more details later).
<<registration still open>>
ZOOM Link: Zoom link, please click here (passcode: 922921)
PHYSICAL meeting: Salon de Actos del Edificio de Cabecera
List of topics and speakers:
Activation Level Uncertainty in Deep Neural Networks Daniel Hernandez-Lobato (Madrid, UAM)
Comparing Learning Systems with Machine Teaching César Ferri-Ramírez (Valencia, UPV)
Quantum reservoir computing Roberta Zambrini (Balears, IFISC)
Grand Unified Inference: Transcending classical parameter inference strategies in physics and astronomy with deep learning Christoph Weniger (Amsterdam, GRAPPA)
Dark Machines: exploit recent advances in Machine Learning to help in the search for Dark Matter Roberto Ruiz de Austri (Valencia, IFIC)
AI for Colliders David Rousseau (Orsay, ICJLab)
AI for Science: a journey outside academia Juan Gonzalez Fraile (Barcelona, PickleTech)
AI's Responsible Agency Carles Sierra (Barcelona, IIIA)
Artificial Intelligence in Biotechnology: Current Status and Future Potential Iryna Biliaieva (Valencia, Biopolis)
The conference is supported by Generalitat Valenciana and CSIC, project ref. CIDEGENT/2020/055