June 27-28, 2018
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California
The Center of Multi-INT Studies (CMIS) at the Naval Postgraduate School is hosting a Technical Exchange that will cover topics on machine learning and deep learning applied to machine cognition and automated sense making for coordinated space systems applications. Presentations and discussions will cover topics in automated sense making where machine cognition is used to distill meaningful knowledge from disparate sources of information. Topics covering how artificial intelligence is used in self-monitoring, recursive design, and detection of an agent’s intent and deliberate behaviors will be examined with a highly focused group of thought-leaders, government experts, and academia.
The event will cover a series of topics ranging from intelligent sensors to large autonomous systems. The meeting will also explore state-of-the-art in machine cognition that leads to improved system operation and provides a solution to some of the most challenging problems that need to be addressed to ensure the safety and security of our nation.
Looking forward to witnessing the frontier of machine cognition and deep learning, CMIS hopes that this meeting will provide a fruitful platform for researchers to share their vision and methodologies, to seek mutual stimulation and collaboration, and establish a road map that will constitute the basis for funding in these areas by the DoD community.
Dr. Jim Scrofani
Ms. Deborah Shifflett
Dr. Will Williamson
Dr. Jihane Mimih
The meeting will be held at the Executive Board Room at Hermann Hall at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS).
1 University Circle, Monterey, CA, 93943. For directions to NPS click here.
Queries to whether you can attend or not can be addressed to Ms. Anne Pickens at: firstname.lastname@example.org