Summer School 2023
The Safe and Trusted AI Summer School will be held at Imperial College London on 17 to 19 July, in person.
Invited speakers so far include: Vince Conitzer (CMU), Edith Elkind (University of Oxford), Dan Hunter (King’s College London), David Krueger (University of Cambridge), Anna Lauscher (University of Hamburg) and Pawan Kumar (DeepMind).
The cost of registration is £100, which includes food and beverages for coffee and lunch breaks across the three days. Register for your place at https://estore.imperial.ac.uk/product-catalogue/faculty-of-engineering/engineering/stai-cdt-summer-school
Registrations for external participants close on Friday 30 June at 5pm.
There will be a poster session at lunchtime every day of the school. Should you wish to present your research, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Friday 30 June. Posters should be size A1 or A2.
The Summer School will take place over three days, 17-19 July 2023 at Imperial College London.
Location: Huxley Building, Imperial College London SW7 2AZ. The location can be found on the map here.
The tentative schedule is shown below.
|Day 1: Mon 17 July||Day 2: Tues 18 July||Day 3: Wed 19 July|
|09:00-10:00||Introduction to Safe and Trusted AI||09:30-10:45||David Krueger (P.1):||09:30-10:45||Anne Lauscher (P.1):|
|10:00-11:15||Dan Hunter (P.1)||Break||Break|
|Break||11:00-12:15||David Krueger (P.2)||11:00-12:15||Anne Lauscher continues (P.2)|
|11:30-12:45||Dan Hunter (P.2)||Lunch Break + Poster Session||Lunch Break+ Poster Session|
|Lunch Break + Poster Session||13:45-15:00||Vince Conitzer (P.1):||13:45-15:00||Pawan Kumar (P.1)|
|14:15-15:30||Edith Elkind (P.1)||Break||Break|
|Break||15:15-16:30||Vince Conitzer (P.2)||15:15-16:30||Pawan Kumar (P.2)|
|15:45-17:00||Edith Elkind (P.2)||16:30-17:00||Closing Remarks|
Natural Language Processing (NLP)
Prof. Anne Lauscher
Verification of Neural Networks
Prof. M. Pawan Kumar
AI Existential Safety
Dr. David Krueger
Designing Agents’ Preferences, Beliefs, and Identities
Prof. Vincent Conitzer
The Law and Ethics of Generative AI
Prof. Dan Hunter
Computational social choice
Prof. Edith Elkind