[CFP] 4th International workshop in Artificial Intelligence and Industrial Internet-of-Things Security (AIoTS)

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4th International workshop in Artificial Intelligence and Industrial Internet-of-Things Security (AIoTS)

Co-located with ACNS2022 (June 20-23), Rome, Italy. ===================== Workshop description: =====================

In recent years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has got a lot of attention, especially, for the success of deep learning to address problems that were considered hard before. Big players such as Google, Amazon and Baidu are exploring the application of AI in different markets like healthcare, FinTech and autonomous vehicles. Along with AI, other technologies such as Internet-of-Things (IoT) have boosted other areas like the case of Industry 4.0, where through the adoption of Industrial-IoT (IIoT) into the production chain companies want to have a smarter manufacture that can be adapted to their customers? needs. The accelerating adoption of new technologies brings new challenges especially associated with the cybersecurity of the applications, where confidentiality, integrity and availability of data are important. Security incident in IIoT impacts the safety properties since applications interact physically with people or other assets. The intersection of AI and cybersecurity can be seen as a two-fold relationship. On the one hand, AI techniques can be adopted to improve the state-of-the-art of security solutions, while on the other hand, cybersecurity can contribute to improve the study of the security of AI algorithms through the exploration of adversarial machine learning. This workshop aims to open a space where new research ideas from different areas converge into the intersection of AI, IIoT, Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and cybersecurity. We encourage researchers and experts in the fields of AI, embedded systems, CPS and cybersecurity to take the opportunity to use this workshop for sharing their work and open the discussion of new ideas in this always-evolving topic.

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AIoTS aims to cover various fields of application in the area of security and privacy within the fields of artificial intelligence and industrial IoT. Thus, suggested topics include, but are not limited to, the following points:

- Formal security and resilience analysis on AI and IIoT/CPS

- Risk management and governance for AI and IIoT-based Application

- AI-Assisted Critical Infrastructure Security

- (Federated) Adversarial Machine Learning

- AI for Detection, Prevention, Response and Recovery against Potential Threats

- AI for Wide-Area Situational Awareness and Traceability

- Applied Cryptography for AI and IIoT

- Security and Privacy of Cyber-Physical Systems and/or IIoT

- Applications of Formal Methods to IIoT Security

- Blockchain for Trustworthy IIoT/CPS-based applications

- Embedded Systems Security

- Cyber Threat Intelligence for AI and IIoT/CPS

- Privacy-Preserving Machine Learning

For more details on submission, please have a look at the AIoTS2022 website:

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================ IMPORTANT DATES: ================

Paper Submission Deadline: March 4, 2022

Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: April 15, 2022

Submission of camera-ready papers for pre-proceedings: May 1, 2022

Workshop date: one day between June 20 and June 23, 2022

=================== Workshop PC Chairs: ===================

- Sridhar Adepu, University of Bristol, UK

- Cristina Alcaraz, University of Malaga, Spain

================ Publicity Chair: ================

- Sergio Gonzalez, University of Malaga, Spain

========== Web Chair: ==========

- Chuadhry Mujeeb Ahmed, University of Strathclyde, UK

============================ Technical Program Committee: ============================

- Magnus Almgren, Chalmers University, Sweden

- Luis Garcia, University of Southern California, USA

- Nandha Kumar KANDASAMY, SUTD, Singapore

- Qin Lin, CMU, USA

- Subhash Lakshminarayana, University of Warwick, UK

- Eleonora Losiouk, University of Padua, Italy

- Rajib Ranjan Maiti, BITS, India

- Daisuke Mashima, ADSC, Singapore

- Weizhi Meng, Technical Universtiy of Denmark, Denmark

- Chris Poskitt, SMU, USA

- Federica Pascucci, Roma Tre University, Italy

- Zheng Yang, Southwest University, China

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Sergio Gonza?lez Muriel
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On Monday, November 8, 2021 at 5:28:05 AM UTC-5, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

When ever I hear the term "Artificial Intelligence" a number of thoughts passes through my brain that revolve around a few articles I've read that say that the general intelligence of the human race is in decline. That speculation along with the development of artificial intelligence makes me wonder if this is the natural progression of evolution of intelligent species throughout the universe. That is, as a species evolves up the evolutionary tree it gets smarter and smarter in order to survive. Survival of the fittest. But when that species is at the top of the food chain and begins to be able to control it's environment, and create various means to have things done for it, that reduces the need of the species to think in ways to insure it's survival and thus the evolutionary decline in intelligence. Now throw in the development of artificial intelligence. I wonder if our first contact with another species in the universe will be with a species of totally or partially artificially intelligent beings. . If you want to see the results of this, see if you can find the movie " Idiocracy" It's not a great movie but it sure makes one think.

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Jim Davis

Hi Jim,

Then there is this possibility, I mean absolutely!!

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Both discuss the same thing just in a different way. I am sure there are others ways of saying it. The major thing is that Stupid People...... Breed!!!

Nuff Said!!!!


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Well, I certainly believe that there are more - - - let's say, "unintelligent" people in the world. Whether they are stupid or ignorant, I don't think, makes any difference. Sure, one can say that the ignorant can learn but I would think that the vast majority of ignorant people will never get the opportunity to get educated so the end results are the same. That is, just add the ignorant in with the stupid. And THAT's a lot of people. And yes, I would agree that stupidity and ignorance do breed and propagate those conditions in the next generation. . Getting back to the artificial intelligence aspect - - - as it applies to the universe and space exploration - - - It does seem to make sense that the development of artificial intelligence and robotics probably should be the next "natural" step in evolution of any biological species. There is no way that a biological entity will ever be able to accomplish interstellar exploration. If we can just reach that point of exploring our galaxy to the extent that allows us to relieve the pressure of overpopulation, perhaps by that time the joining of the biologic, robotic and AI into one entity will provide a "being" that can withstand the rigors of time necessary for interstellar travel. And just to remain on topic - - - I'll bet there will be a lot of alarms on that space ship. ;->

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Jim Davis

Not to mention those AI individuals that do not have to be trained on how to use the system. :-)

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