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ICAIF 2020 : ACM International Conference on AI in Finance

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Link: https://ai-finance.org
 
When Oct 15, 2020 - Oct 16, 2020
Where New York City
Abstract Registration Due Apr 14, 2020
Submission Deadline Apr 17, 2020
Categories    artificial intelligence   finance   machine learning   fairness
 

Call For Papers

ACM International Conference on AI in Finance (ICAIF-2020)

Call for Participation

Advances in Artificial Intelligence are being felt throughout society and our economy, and some of the most significant impacts are being felt in the domain of finance: Including financial markets, financial services, and the global financial system more broadly. This new scholarly peer-reviewed conference aims to bring together researchers from a variety of disciplines to share technical advances and insights on the effects of AI on the Finance world.

The inaugural ACM conference has founding corporate financial support from JPMorgan Chase. We invite participation from academia, government, regulatory agencies, financial institutions, NGOs and other stakeholders in the AI and Finance community. Please join us for this event in New York City October 15-16, 2020!

With best regards from the ICAIF Steering Committee:
· Tucker Balch, J.P. Morgan AI Research (Program Chair)
· Ayeh Bandeh-Ahmadi, U.S. Department of the Treasury*
· Manuela Veloso, J.P. Morgan AI Research
· Michael Wellman, University of Michigan
· Michael Wooldridge, Oxford University

Can you help? In order to make this conference an enduring success, we invite the commitment of senior and junior members of the community from a diversity of institutions to serve on review committees and fill organizational roles. Please email generalchair@ai-finance.org if you can help.

Important dates
· Abstract Submission: Tuesday 14 April 2020
· Full Paper Submission: Friday 17 April 2020
· Author Notification: Wednesday, 24 June 2020
· Camera-ready deadline: Wednesday, 26 August 2020
· Main Conference: Thursday-Friday, 15-16 October 2020

Topic areas: ICAIF-2020 invites high quality research paper submissions in the following topic areas:
· Financial systems as multi-agent systems.
· AI techniques for simulation of markets, economies, and other financial systems.
· Computational game-theoretic analysis of financial scenarios.
· Ethics and fairness of AI in Finance.
· Explainability and trustworthiness of AI systems used in Finance.
· Infrastructure to support AI research in Finance.
· Robustness, security, and privacy of AI systems in Finance.
· Computational regulation and compliance in Finance.

For the latest information
· Visit the website: http://ai-finance.org.
· Subscribe to the email list: groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/aifin-worldwide.
· Learn about corporate financial support opportunities: sponsors@ai-finance.org.

*Note: Participation on the steering committee does not constitute or imply the endorsement, recommendation or favoring of the U.S.G. or the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

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