AAAI Session in Washington DC Nov 17-19

AAAI 2016 Fall Symposium Series

November 17-19 (Thursday – Saturday)

Symposium: Cognitive Assistance in Government and Public Sector Applications

Registration:  https://www.regonline.com/fss16.

(Registration ends October 21, 2016)

 Frank just sent an updated agenda here:

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Attend the Premier Symposium focused on Cognitive Assistance advancements in the Government and Public Sector domain.  Hear subject matter experts discuss their projects.  Learn from panel discussions on how Cognitive Assistants can help users in  aviation, legal, and other domains.  

Featured Topics and Speakers

Thursday, November 17, 2016 – 9:00 am – 7:00 pm

MORNING SESSION TOPICS SPEAKER
Keynote: Mark Maybury, AAAI Fellow & Former CTO, Mitre
Keynote: Preparing for the Future of AI and Cognitive Assistants Ed Felten, Deputy U.S. CTO (invited)
LEGAL AND JUDICIARY SESSION
ALDA: Cognitive Assistance for Legal Document Analytics Karuna Joshi, UMBC
Automatic Argument Construction – from search engine to research engine Dan Gutfreund, IBM
AFTERNOON SESSION TOPICS (continue Legal and Judiciary Session)
Smart Forms Sudhir Agarwal, Stanford
AI Algorithms for Prior-Art Identification Arthi Kristna, USPTO
Panel Discussion: Opportunities and Barriers for Adoption of Cognitive Assistance for Legal and Judiciary Moderator: Brad Brown, Mitre

 

Tentative Panel Members:

Karuna Joshi, UMBC

Sudhir Agarwal, Stanford

Mathew Gerber, UVA

Dan Gutfreund, IBM

Brian Kuhn, Esq., IBM

EDUCATION SESSION
Inquiry-based Teaching and Learning of Science with Cognitive Assistants George Tecuci, Mihai Boicu,  GMU
Panel Discussion: Moderator: Jim Spohrer, IBM

 

Invited Panel Members:

George Tecuci, GMU

Satya Nitta, IBM

John Stamper,CMU

Ashok Goel, Georgia Tech

HEALTHCARE SESSION
Persuasive AI Technologies for Healthcare System Daniel Sonntag, DFKI
EVENING RECEPTION

 

Friday, November 18, 2016 – 9:00 am – 7:30 pm

MORNING SESSION TOPICS SPEAKER
Keynote: Guru Banavar, Chief Science Officer for Cognitive Computing, IBM Research
CYBER SECURITY SESSION
Augmenting Cyber Security Intelligence: How Cognitive Computing Will Help SOC Analysts Deal With Increasing Cyber Threats Lee Angelelli, IBM
Decision Patterns: Applied Knowledge Management Keith Willett, Stevens Institute of Technology
Joint Q & A Moderator: Don Tobin, National Cyber Security Center of Excellence

Panelists:

Keith Willet, Stevens Institute of Technology

Lee Angelelli, IBM

DoD and INTEL SESSION
Commanders Virtual Staff Ken Grippa, U.S. Army
Discussion: Cognitive Assistance in DoD & Intel Moderator:  Scott Kordella, Mitre

Panelists:

Ken Grippa, U.S. Army, others TBD

 

AFTERNOON SESSION TOPICS  
Panel Discussion: Cognitive Assistance in Aviation and Space Moderator: Chris Codella

Panelists:

Manjula Ambur, NASA Langley Research Center

John Helleberg, Mitre

Natesh Manikoth, FAA

Anna Van Able, AFRL

Responding to Challenges in the Design of Moral Autonomous Vehicles Larry Medsker, GWU
Workshop Discussion and Readout Prep

What is needed to enable and accelerate the use of Cognitive Assistance in the Government and Public Sector?

Audience Discussion
EVENING SESSION
Plenary Session

 

 

 

Saturday, November 19, 2016 – 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

JOINT Interactive SESSIONS Between Cognitive Assistance and :  
Privacy and Language Technologies Symposium Lashon Booker, Mitre
Accelerating Science Symposium TBD

 

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