Workshop Talks

WAIT: Workshop on Artificial Intelligence Trustworthiness

As the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to increase, it is essential to ensure its safe, secure, and trustworthy use. This workshop aims to provide a platform for experts to share their latest research and developments in AI trustworthiness, identify challenges and opportunities for future work, and foster collaboration and networking among researchers and practitioners in the field.

• To provide a platform for experts to share their latest research and developments in AI trustworthiness.
• To identify and discuss the challenges and opportunities for ensuring the safe, secure, and trustworthy use of AI.
• To foster collaboration and networking among researchers and practitioners in the field of AI trustworthiness.
• To provide a forum for discussing ethical and societal implications of AI trustworthiness.

We are interested in papers that address the following topics:
• Methods and principles for the integration of AI in critical products and services in a safe, reliable, and secure way;
• Methods for analyzing datasets for detecting anomalies in markup in order to counter attacks on machine learning;
• ML models with certified robustness;
• Model training methods that provide resistance to adversarial attacks;
• Methods for detecting and countering attacks on AI components in intelligent systems;
• Methods for explaining and improving the interpretability of ML models;
• Research on the resistance to attacks of common models, including the typical architecture of artificial neural networks;
• Techniques for Building Trusted Machine Learning Frameworks and Libraries;
• Engineering of innovative industrial products and services integrating AI;
• Large-scale deployment of industrial systems integrating AI;
• Interaction generating confidence between the user and the AI-based system;
• Ethical and societal implications of intelligent system trustworthiness.

Submission Deadline:
The deadline for paper submissions is March 12 19, 2023.

Notification of Acceptance:
Authors will be notified of acceptance by April 2, 2023.

Final paper submission Deadline:
Workshop final paper submission deadline is April 30, 2023.

Workshop Venue:
The workshop is collocated with the 11th conference on Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language (AINL 2023), which will be held on 20-21 of April in Yerevan, Armenia.
If you have any questions about the workshop or the submission process, please contact the workshop organizers at wait23@ispras.ru.

We look forward to receiving your submissions and welcoming you to the workshop.
Submission Guidelines
We invite the submission of papers that present original previously unpublished research. We accept short papers (6-11 pages) and full papers (12+ pages) formatted accordingly to the Springer LNCS style. Although Springer offers both LaTeX style files and Word templates, we highly encourage the authors to use LaTeX, especially for texts containing several formulæ. The papers must be written in English.

We use a double-blind review scheme. Please anonymize your papers when submitting for initial review.

At least one author of every accepted paper must register for the conference and present the paper offline (more preferably) or online.

The authors should use the EasyChair system to submit their papers: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=wait23
Selected papers will be published in main conference proceedings in the Springer CCIS series indexed by Scopus and Web of Science.
Denis Turdakov, ISP RAS
Ivan Oseledets, Skoltech
Alexander Gasnikov, MIPT
Loukachevitch Natalia, MSU
Tsolak Ghukasyan, RAU
Demyan Yarmoshik, MIPT
Aleksandr Lobanov, MAI, MIPT
Artem Shelmanov, AIRI
Alexander Rogozin, MIPT
Mikhail Drobyshevskii, ISP RAS
Ilya Sochenkov, FRC CSC RAS,
Mikhail Tikhomirov, MSU
Daniil Chernyshev, MSU
Ilya Makarov, MISIS
Maxim Ryndin, ISP RAS