October 25-27, 2023 at the Westin Arlington Gateway in Arlington, Virginia
The AAAI symposium intersects Kitware’s work on explainable and ethical AI. Specifically, some of the symposium topics relate to our current effort to develop open source tools to test and evaluate AI models. It also is relevant to our DARPA ITM effort, which leverages emerging technologies such as large language models to address difficult decision-making in the medical triage domain. The program managers of both of these respective programs will be part of the symposium to highlight this work. We are also pleased to have Brian Hu, Ph.D., staff R&D engineer on our Computer Vision Team, serving as the program chair alongside other organizers from industry and academia.
The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) was founded in 1979 as a nonprofit, international scientific society aiming to promote research in and responsible use of AI. AAAI sponsors the AAAI conference, one of the top conferences in AI. Although its annual conference is more well-known, AAAI also hosts a series of fall and spring symposiums which provide a smaller, more intimate setting for the exchange of ideas. Selection of workshops is relatively competitive, and Kitware is pleased to help organize the “Assured and Trustworthy Human-centered AI (ATHAI)” workshop this fall. More information and details can be found directly on the symposium website.