Third edition of the annual conference connecting global AI and cybersecurity experts from academia and industry will take place in November 2021.
CTU and Avast have once again joined forces in the field of cyber security and artificial intelligence research. On November 4–5, 2021, you can look forward to the successful CyberSec&AI Connected virtual conference, which will focus on the use of AI and machine learning in matters of security and privacy protection. As in previous years, the event will connect the international academic sphere with industry representatives and other experts. This year, the Private AI Collaborative Research Institute at the Technical University of Darmstadt also joined the organizers.
The program of CyberSec&AI Connected 2021 will be published on the website soon. In the past, the speakers list included scientists from prestigious institutions such as EPFL Switzerland, UC Berkeley, Stanford University, University of Oxford or King's College London, and experts from Microsoft, Cisco, ESET, etc. Researchers from our center were also among the speakers (Michal Pěchouček, Viliam Lisý, and Jan Bím to name a few). In addition, Sebastián García and Branislav Bošanský are members of the program committee this year.
Call for Speakers
You can participate in the conference by presenting in the technical workshops session through the Call for Speakers. We encourage all authors from academia and industry to submit abstracts of their papers by July 31. This is a unique opportunity to present your research to an international audience and have a live Q&A with academics and experts in cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.
Tickets for the conference will be on sale from June for an early-bird price of 100 EUR. Academics have a discounted 50% entrance fee and students will receive tickets for 25 EUR. Ticket sale will start in June on the conference website.
About the conference
CyberSec&AI was launched by Avast and Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) in 2019 to provide a forum to bring together the AI, machine learning, and cybersecurity communities. Building on it’s successful and award-winning physical debut, CyberSec&AI Connected now operates as a virtual conference, allowing a truly global audience to come together and engage with their peers from around the world.
Last edition of CyberSec&AI enabled researchers, academics, and tec hprofessionals come together in one digital domain. Across more than eight hoursof in-depth presentations, expert-led workshops, roundtables, live discussions, and direct networking, they focused on the theme of AI for privacy andsecurity. Our own researchers were represented among the speekers as weel. To point out at least one of the amazing talks, here is a summary of Viliam Lisý’s presentation on how lessons learned from AI versus human poker games can help beat the cybercriminals. Save the date and get excited for November 2021!
More information: https://cybersecai.com/.