“The 2nd AI / IoT System Safety and Security Symposium(AIS^3)” is postponed

“The 2nd AI/IoT System Safety and Security Symposium (AIS^3) “scheduled from June 1 to 3 and the “Asian STAMP Workshop” and “AI / IoT System Safety Workshop” to be held are postponed.

This is because the spread of the new coronavirus worldwide has made it difficult for foreign speakers to visit Japan, and it is necessary to ensure the safety of participants.

The event will be held at a later date, so we will notify you once the schedule has been decided.

We will continue to solicit announcements for the “Asian STAMP Workshop” and “AI / IoT System Safety Workshop.” Thank you for your understanding.

The 1st Asian STAMP Workshop The 2nd AI/IoT System Safety and Security Symposium(AIS^3)

National Institute of Informatics (NII) will hold the 1st Asian STAMP Workshop under the umbrella of the 2nd AI/IoT System Safety and Security Symposium (AIS^3). We call for presentations as follows:

The 1st Asian STAMP Workshop

When:       Jun 2, 2020

Where:     National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, Japan

Fee:          None (Free)

Agenda: Presentations (30-40 mins each) and poster sessions.

Call for Presentation:

If you wish to present at the Asian STAMP Workshop, please submit your abstract (up to 300 words description of the content of your proposed presentation) at the Application Form or send via email to qaml.aiiot_symp@nii.ac.jp.

Due date:  Mar. 20, 2020

(For whom requires VISA, please submit your abstract by 20 Feb. 2020.)

Possible Topics:

We especially welcome experiences using STAMP(* 1) to analyze safety & security of AI/IoT system.

Contact (Organizer): qaml.aiiot_symp@nii.ac.jp

* The personal information sent will be managed by the organizer of this symposium and will not be used for any purpose other than communication-related to this symposium.

The 2nd AI/IoT System Safety and Security Symposium (AIS^3)

When: Monday, June 1, 2020, 10: 00-18: 00 (planned)

Where: Japan Education Center Hitotsubashi Hall (2-6-2 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

Capacity: 500 people

*The fee is expected to be around 5000 yen.

Invited lectures and a panel discussion:

Keynote: Dr. Nancy Leveson (Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics MIT)
There will also be lectures by several researchers, including machine learning system researchers.

* The details of the 2nd AI / IoT System Safety & Security Symposium, call for participation in the detailed program including general announcements, and the start of the call for participants is scheduled for mid-April.

* 1: Analysis method based on the theory that STAMP (System Theoretic Accident Model and Process) “Safety/accidents are emergence characteristics due to the interaction of system components.”