IEEE International Workshop on Symbiotic Autonomous Systems
Main Theme: The Rise of Symbiotic Autonomous Systems
Co-located with IEEE Technology Time Machine (TTM 2018)
30 October 2018 | San Diego, CA, USA
Venue: Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa
1775 East Mission Bay Drive
|TTM SAS Workshop Program|
|8:30||Welcome and Introduction to SAS||
|9:00||Keynote : Symbiotic Autonomous Systems: the fading boundaries of the cyberspace and their impact on communities and Society||Derrick de Kerckhove|
|10:00||Landing in a self flying airplane. Ready for it?||Antonio Crespo|
|10:30||"Do you trust me?" vs "Can I trust you?" Root of Trust within My Connected Symbiotic Autonomous Systems||John Budenske|
|11:00||Split in working groups to identify challenges and roadmapping solutions|
|12:00||Wrap up from the groups|
|13:30||Keynote : Planning for autonomous systems in the Trentino Region||Paolo Traverso|
|14:30||Defense Machines: Towards Autonomous Network Security Systems||Aman Singh|
|15:00||Split in working groups to identify challenges and roadmapping solutions|
|16:30||Wrap up from the groups|
|17:00||Day Closing||Roberto Saracco|
The Workshop is promoted by the IEEE FDC Symbiotic Autonomous Systems (SAS) Initiative, aiming at clustering a broad community of researchers (both in academia and industry), practitioners from the industry and institutions that are likely to be affected by the dissemination of autonomous systems and are responsible to manage the social, legislative and ethical implications.
The co-location with TTM 2018 in San Diego is ideal to tackle these issues due to the interest of the TTM audience in shaping the future and the expected relevance of Symbiotic Autonomous Systems in the 4th decade of this century.
Although there is a generalised consensus that fully-fledged symbiotic autonomous systems are unlikely to become operational very soon, it is clear that part of this evolution is already ongoing and the whole society would benefit from its early shaping and impact prediction.
The workshop format will include keynotes, brainstorming sessions and focused presentations.
The goal of the workshop is to speculate on evolution trends and paths rising questions as well as creating frames for developing answers. You can get more information on symbiotic autonomous systems in the SAS Initiative White Paper (PDF, 3 MB).
Roberto Saracco, EIT ICT Labs Italy
Phone: +39 335 612 1259
Francesco Flammini, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Phone: +46 072 529 4952
IEEE FDC SAS Initiative Steering Committee:
Derrick de Kerckhove