The field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has solved several grand challenge problems in recent years, ranging from facial recognition to language translation to autonomously driving vehicles from roads to laboratories. These staggering breakthroughs have resulted from large sets of labeled data, large clusters of GPU processors, novel computer architectures, and increasingly complex neural network models.
For wider adoption of AI for scientific discoveries, the community is looking for safe, trustworthy, and energy-efficient AI to scale to large data and obtain results faster. This workshop aims to bring together leading AI researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and its core universities — Duke University, Florida State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, North Carolina State University, University of Tennessee, Vanderbilt University, University of Virginia, and Virginia Tech. These researchers will present their new research and develop collaborations to advance the field of AI significantly and accelerate scientific discoveries.
Due to venue size the the need to balance audience among the participating universities, this workshop is invitation only.
Please contact one of the organizers if you are interested and not a current invitee.