Recordings of the event
Recordings from the 3rd Symposium on Artificial Intelligence for Industry, Science, and Society (AI2S2) are now available. Eight of the eleven keynotes, and ten of the fourteen sessions, have given […]
The AI2S2 Symposium is designed to facilitate knowledge transfer on Artificial Intelligence between industry, science, and society.
The 2023 edition includes a selection of renowned speakers presenting a variety of key topics, paired with a series of sessions focused on panel discussions with invited experts and audience interactions.
Registration is free of charge but is moderated, to ensure the presence of a diverse and relevant audience. Registration is also day-by-day, thus you can decide to attend the full event or participate in only specific days as best matches your interests.
The detailed agenda is available at the 2023 Agenda Structure page.
Professor of Artificial Intelligence
Victoria University of Wellington
OECD Directorate for Science, Technology, and Innovation
Principal Scientist AI, Data Science & Digital Twin
Chair of the Multi-Stakeholder and Co-Chair of the Steering Committee
International advisor for AI
Professor HDR – ISIR Laboratory
Head of OpenLab
DeepMind Professor of AI
University of Oxford
Founder & President, The Future Society
Co-lead of GPAI Project RAISE
Chief Technology & CyberSecurity Officer
Director of Data and Analytics
World Health Organisation
Registered participants will not be asked to pay any registration fee.
You will still need to pay for your trip to Geneva, accommodation in the area, and other such expenses.
Registered participants will be provided access to the venue on a day-by-day basis, and will be able to participate in all of the activities of the day.
This includes two coffee breaks (one morning, one afternoon) and a light lunch each day.
Despite being a free event, we need to respect the venue capacity, and we need to know how much catering is required.
The venue is additionally a closed facility: registered participants will be provided an access badge on arrival, which is required to enter the event area.
When pre-registering for the event, you will need to specify which day(s) you want to participate in, which session(s) you are most interested in, and provide a brief statement + CV/resume.
This information will be used to select a diverse pool of participants, and to ensure that each session will have interested audience members.
While we strongly encourage people to participate in person to fully benefit from the opportunities offered by the event, we realise this is not always feasible.
We plan to offer a remote connection with limited interaction: whether or not remote participants will be able to ask questions or otherwise interact with the live audience will be up to the discretion of the convener of each session.