8th Italian Workshop on
Machine Learning and Data Mining
November 2019, Cosenza, Italy
Workshop of the 18th International Conference of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence
Following the success of the past seven editions of the Italian Workshop on Machine Learning and Data Mining (MLDM.it) at the AI*IA Symposiums and AI*IA Conferences on Artificial Intelligence, this workshop aims at bringing together researchers actively involved in the fields of machine learning, data mining, deep learning, pattern recognition, and knowledge discovery.
During the workshop, researchers will have the opportunity to present their recent results and discuss problems and challenges relevant to the community.
Besides traditional novel ML&DM technique presentations, as for the last edition, also the edition of this year will particularly focus on the presentation of new open problems that relate the ML&DM with the more general AI area and its applications. With the intention to share the new upcoming challenges involving a large AI audience, a particular emphasis is given to contributions addressing the following topics:
- real-world open problems from a wide range of disciplines
- application open datasets, resources and benchmarks
- unresolved issues and interdisciplinary challenges requiring contributions from different AI fields
- discussion of open opportunities to connect the ML experts with the national/European industry development
- discussion of issues related to the position of the Italian research within the European scenario and networks
Following the tradition of MLDM.it, presentations are upon invitation. Attendance to MLDM.it is open and welcome to all the AI*IA Conference participants.
The meeting is organized by the AI*IA Working Group on Machine Learning and Data Mining whose general goal is to promote Italian scientific activities in the field of machine learning and data mining, and foster collaborations between research groups.
The program of MLDM 2019 is on-line: MLDM program
See the last MLDM.it (2014, 2015, 2016 , 2017 and 2018) editions at the following URLs:
- Nicolò Cesa-Bianchi
- Paolo Frasconi
- Marco Gori
- Alessio Micheli
- Marcello Pelillo
- Giorgio Valentini
- Alessandro Verri