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When Oct 12, 2022 - Oct 15, 2022
Where Bangalore, India
Submission Deadline Jul 5, 2022
Notification Due Aug 30, 2022
Final Version Due Sep 12, 2022
Categories    systems for ai/ml   ai/ml for systems   ai/ml for socio-economic syste

Call For Papers

AIMLSystems is a new conference targeting research at the intersection of AI/ML techniques and systems engineering. Through this conference, we plan to bring out and highlight the natural connections between these two fields and their application to socio-economic systems. Specifically, we explore how immense strides in AI/ML techniques are made possible through computational systems research (e.g., improvements in CPU/GPU architectures, data-intensive infrastructure, and communications ), and how the use of AI/ML can help in the continuous and workload-driven design space exploration of computational systems (e.g., self-tuning databases, learning compiler optimisers, and learnable network systems), and the use of AI/ML in the design of socio-economic systems such as public healthcare, and security. The goal is to bring together these diverse communities and elicit connections between them.

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