AI4PublicPolicy participated in DCOSS-IoT 2023

AI4PublicPolicy showcased its expertise and research contributions during the 1st Workshop on Next Generation Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Systems for Trusted, Human-Centered Intelligence. The workshop was organized as part of the 19th Annual International Conference on Distributed Computing in Smart Systems and the Internet of Things (DCOSS-IoT 2023). Since its establishment, the conference has aimed to address various aspects of distributed computing in smart systems, including high-level abstractions, models, systematic design methodologies, signal and information processing, algorithms, analysis, and applications. Notably, the 2023 event expanded its focus from exclusively sensor networks to encompassing smart systems in general, encompassing the Internet of Things (IoT).

Held in Paphos, Cyprus, from June 19 to 21, the conference attracted researchers, practitioners, and industry experts, facilitating fruitful knowledge exchange. On Tuesday, June 20th, the project co-organized the Workshop on Next Generation IoT and AI Systems for Trusted, Human-Centered Intelligence (TI-2023), with four AI4PublicPolicy partners actively contributing their expertise and knowledge. In particular, GFT, UNP, INTRA and UPM presented four papers based on AI4PublicPolicy’s findings:

  • AI-based Policy Making” authored by Alessandro Amicone, Luca Marangoni, Massimo Miccoli, and Alessandro Marceddu;
  • Semantic Interoperability Toolkit for Data Marketplaces” authored by Márcio Mateus, Bruno Almeida, Gonçalo Rolo, Gonçalo Rodrigues, António Gonçalves, Tiago Teixeira, and Pedro Maló;
  • A No Code XAI Framework for Policy Making” authored by Marta Patiño Martínez and Ainhoa Azqueta-Alzúaz; and
  • Feature Selection via Minimal Covering Sets for Industrial Internet of Things Applications” authored by Ioannis Christou, John Soldatos, Thanasis Papadakis, Daniel Gutierrez-Rojas, and Pedro Nardelli.

The TI-2023 workshop aimed to accelerate the adoption of trustworthy and human-centric IoT and AI systems across diverse industries, such as manufacturing, smart cities, precision farming, and healthcare. It served as an excellent platform for participants to explore cutting-edge research findings, technologies, tools, and methodologies that contribute to the development and implementation of these advanced systems.

To learn more about the TI-2023 workshop’s agenda and discover the individuals involved, kindly visit the official website at: https://ti-2023.webhost.fct.unl.pt/#home. For general information about the 19th Annual International Conference on Distributed Computing in Smart Systems and the Internet of Things (DCOSS-IoT 2023), please visit https://dcoss.org/.