The Deceptive AI workshop series brings together people from academia, industry and policy-making to discuss and disseminate the current and future threats, risks, benefits and challenges of deceptive AI. The series takes a multidisciplinary (Computer Science, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy & Ethics, Military Studies, Law etc.) approach to the debate, aiming to shed light on aspects of deceptive AI ranging from behaviour, reasoning and cognition through ethical and societal impact, to engineering and deployment.
This year's workshop will be heavily discussion-based, with invited speakers, authors of accepted papers and experts from all over the world debating pertinent topics related to deceptive AI.
School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Tech
School of Computer Science & Informatics,
Institute for Cognitive Sciences and Technologies, Rome
Applied Research Laboratory,
Department of Data Science and AI, Monash University, Australia
IRIT & CNRS
Dept of Systems Engineering,
Inria & Interdisciplinary Institute for AI (3IA),
Centre for Cyber Security,
Department of Information Science and Media Studies, University of Bergen
Department of Philosophy,
US Naval Research Laboratory