The Artificial Intelligence Day (AI Day) brings together researchers, companies and the public sector involved in the fast-developing field of AI. The event promotes matchmaking, information sharing and cross-border collaboration.
The event is full!
Welcome to Dipoli on 13 December 2017!
The current, top-level AI research and education in Finland will be displayed during our half-day event.
Academics, welcome to present your results and network with potential private and public sector partners! Companies, come tell about your problems that need solving!
We offer intriguing matchmaking opportunities for companies and the public sector – you are welcome to come and discuss how AI is changing the world and to discover new opportunities for your business. Meet the people at the leading edge of AI research and combine your efforts to get a head start for your organisation.
In addition to research posters and demos, there will be rollup demo spaces with table (width max 1m) available for startups and companies for a small fee. Also organisations offering AI education are welcome. Please, contact Terhi Kajaste at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information latest on 30 November.
|11:00||Registration and coffee|
Welcome and opening words
Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence
Keynotes - chair: Prof. Kai Puolamäki
Forget about the Terminator already
Machine Learning for Complex Data Analysis
Cross Roads between Signal Processing, Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning – Towards AI^2
Intent Modelling as Interactive Machine Learning
Tekes funding for AI research
|13:30 - 14:30||Lunch|
|13:30 - 17:00||Demos, posters & networking|
14:30 - 16:00
Research highlights – pitch talks
Petteri Kaski, Aalto University, Delegatable and error-tolerant algorithms
Lu Cheng, Aalto University, Covariate selection in longitudinal data using Gaussian process
Baris Serim, University of Helsinki, Modeling the Human-in-the-loop: Evaluating Expert Feedback using Behavioral Data
Alexander Jung, Aalto University, Machine Learning for Big Data
Anna Kantosalo, University of Helsinki, Human-Computer Co-Creativity - a Compelling Challenge
Antti Tarvainen, The Curious AI Company, Mean teachers are better role models: Weight-averaged consistency targets improve semi-supervised deep learning results
Leo Leppänen, University of Helsinki, Finding the Signal from the Noise with Natural Language Generation
Susanna Pirttikangas, University of Oulu, AI @UO -Operation Analytics+ network
Jussi Rintanen, Aalto University, Intelligent Software Synthesis –EIAI
Vishal Singh, Aalto University, Artificial Intelligence in Design and Built Environment- Aalto BIM Perspective
Jonathan Strahl, Aalto University, Exploratory Search with Visual Interactive Intent Modelling; positive and negative relevance feedback
Jörg Tiedemann, University of Helsinki, Learning to understand languages
Valeriy Vyatkin, Aalto University, AI for human adaptive, energy-efficient lighting
Keijo Heljanko, Aalto University, Big Data Platforms for Artifical Intelligence
|Samuel Kaski is an Academy Professor at Aalto University and leads the Finnish Centre of Excellence on Computational Inference Research. He develops machine learning methods with his group and collaborators.|
Teemu Roos is an Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki. Prof Roos's research interests include the theory and applications of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science.
|Michael Gutmann is machine learning faculty at the School of Informatics in the University of Edinburgh. His current research interests revolve around developing efficient statistical inference methods for intractable models and applying them to challenging problems in engineering and the natural sciences.|
|Dr. Gabbouj is a Professor of Signal Processing at the Department of Signal Processing, Tampere University of Technology. His research interests include multimedia content-based analysis, indexing and retrieval, machine learning, nonlinear signal and image processing and analysis, voice conversion, and video processing and coding.|
|Giulio Jacucci, Professor at the Department of Computer Science (University of Helsinki). His area of research is human-computer interaction and intelligent user interfaces.|
Registration closed, the event is full!
- For academic contributions (posters, demos, pitches) the registration deadline is 19 November. Due to time and space limitations, the organisers reserve the right to select the contributions, if necessary.
- For reserving a small rollup demo space with table (width max 1m), please contact Terhi Kajaste at email@example.com for further information by 30 November.
- For other participants the registration deadline is 5 December.