Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science

The 25th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science was recently hosted by the DIT School of Computer Science taking place at the DIT Grangegorman Campus on the 7-8th December 2017.

With regular conferences dating back to 1988, the AICS Conference is Ireland's primary forum for researchers with interests in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science. While once a niche area, the fields of Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence, which encompass Data Analytics, Information Retrieval, and Machine Learning, are now at the forefront of Irish computing research and industry.

Dr Vincent Lonij of IBM Research speaking at AICS 2017 with his talk ' Expect the Unexpected, AI in the Real World' 

As well as featuring researchers from across both the educational and technology sectors in Ireland the Conference also hosted many speakers hailing from outside the island of Ireland. Highlights on the first day included keynote speaker Dr. Vincent Lonij of IBM Research and two talks on Marathon running from Dr Barry Smyth and Dr Brendan Duggan respectively. Highlights from the second day of the conference included a talk by invited speaker Dr. Diarmuid O'Seaghdha, NLP/ Dialogue Research manager at Apple. 

The conference was held in St Laurence’s church Grangegorman Campus, Dublin Institute of Technology.



 DIT Computing December 2017. For More Information contact Dr Susan McKeever (susan.mckeever@dit.ie) or Dr John McAuley (john.mcauley@dit.ie)

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