When scientists gained access to digital computers in 1956, they started the first AI research. Look where we are now, a half-century later. Big data, robots, machine learning, and natural language processing (NLP) are commonplace in business, let alone academic research.
Since the community of AI experts and enthusiasts is now greater than ever, the need for knowledge exchange is natural, even during a pandemic.
Below are a few options for exploring the AI space through the eyes of leading scientists and engineers. These conferences take place on various dates around the world; choose the one that works best for you.
Global Artificial Intelligence Summit & Awards 2022
Dates: October 07th & 08th
Location: New Delhi, India
GAISA-Global Artificial Intelligence Summit & Awards series organized by the All India Council for Robotics & Automation hosts the 3rd edition on the 07th & 08th of October 2022, focused on the prominence of AI in human lives & business industries. The event will bring together some of the world’s leading decision-makers, technologists, innovators, and investors. It will offer you a unique platform to explore how AI can transform current technologies, which can later help in developing a better future.
Dates: August 8-11
Location: Vancouver, Canada, and online
This is a combination of conference and exhibition activities focused on production & animation, arts & design, gaming & interactive, education, and the latest technologies in computer graphics and interactive techniques. The event is organized by ACM SIGGRAPH in Northern America and dates back to 1974. Since 2008, the annual SIGGRAPH conference has also been held in Asia.
ICPR (International Conference on Pattern Recognition)
Dates: August 21-25
Location: Montreal, Canada, and online
This conference is organized by IAPR (the International Association of Pattern Recognition). Here, experts from the niches of image, sound, speech, and pattern recognition as well as computer vision and machine intelligence could unite to upgrade their skills and knowledge.
Dates: September 1-2
Location: Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and online
This conference aims at gathering scientists and practitioners from more than 50 countries in the fields of intelligent systems and artificial intelligence. The event’s goal is to discuss the AI impact on day-to-day operations and exchange research and development results. IntelliSys is divided into four tracks dedicated to artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, and ambient intelligence. The program includes expert talks, lectures provided by scientists, presentations, and collaborative sessions.
IEEE ICIP (International Conference in Image Processing)
Dates: October 16-19
Location: Bordeaux, France
This is the 29th ICIP conference, which is considered to be the largest in the area of image & video processing and computer vision. Attendees will have a chance to participate in tutorials and special & industry sessions, visit the forum’s exhibition, and reach out to the leading experts and researchers.
ECCV (European Conference on Computer Vision)
Dates: 24-28 October
Location: Tel-Aviv, Israel (online and hybrid options are being considered)
ECCV was first organized in 2010 and now takes place every two years, alternating with ICCV. Like other leading computer vision conferences (ICCV and CVPR), this one comprises the main technical program (up to three days) with tutorials and workshops on the first and last days.
The AI industry continues to expand and penetrate numerous industries, including finance, healthcare, education, and agriculture. The conferences listed above are only the tip of a much larger iceberg. To reshape and optimize traditional operations, the business and academic communities have formed strong alliances.