Samsung AI Forum 2018

Seoul, September 12 ~ 13
Samsung AI Forum is an academic event for the foremost minds of today’s world to come together and share their views
on the current and future development of Artificial Intelligence technology.
Samsung AI Forum is an academic event
for the foremost minds of today’s world
to come together and share their views
on the current and future development
of Artificial Intelligence technology.
Registration
* Registration has been closed early due to the maximum capacity.
* Registration has been closed early due to
the maximum capacity.
Participants
Anyone with an interest in AI technology including
undergraduate and graduate students, university faculty
members, researchers, and members of the general public
Anyone with an interest in AI technology including undergraduate and graduate students, university faculty members, researchers, and members of the
general public
  • Day 1
    dateSeptember 12 (Wed.)
    locationSamsung Seocho Office
    officeSamsung Advanced
    Institute of Technology
  • Day 2
    dateSeptember 13 (Thu.)
    locationSamsung Seoul R&D Campus
    officeSamsung Research
  • Day 1
    dateSeptember 12 (Wed.)
    locationSamsung Seocho Office
    officeSamsung Advanced Institute of Technology
  • Day 2
    dateSeptember 13 (Thu.)
    locationSamsung Seoul R&D Campus
    officeSamsung Research

Registration

Samsung AI Forum - Day 2

* Registration has been closed early due to the maximum capacity.

Schedule

Day 1 Schedule
Day 2
Date : September 13 (Thu.)
Venue : Tower B/D, Seoul R&D Campus
08:00 ~ 09:00
Registration
09:00 ~ 09:30
Opening Remarks
09:30 ~ 10:40

Keynote 1>>

Cynthia Breazeal | MIT Media Lab

Living and Flourishing with Social Robots

11:00 ~ 12:10

Keynote 2>>

Sebastian Seung | Samsung Research
& Princeton University

The Computer and the Brain: a Contemporary Perspective

12:10 ~ 14:00
Lunch & Poster Session
*The program details may be subject to change.
*Lectures will be conducted in English with Korean translation.
14:00 ~ 16:30

Track 1 | Language & Inference

Yejin Choi | University of Washington>>

The Missing Representation in Neural Language Models

Sam Bowman | New York University>>

Toward Task-Independent Sentence Understanding

Barry Smyth | University College Dublin>>

Mining Recommendation Data from Real-World Experiences

Track 2 | Vision, Robotics & On-device AI

Yiannis Demiris | Imperial College London>>

Personal Assistive Robotics

Maja Pantic | Samsung AI Center-Cambridge
& Imperial College London
>>

Artificial Emotional Intelligence – What’s it all about?

Gu-Yeon Wei | Harvard University>>

Algorithm-Hardware Co-design to Accelerate AI on Edge Devices

16:45 ~ 17:15

Gary Geunbae Lee | Samsung Research

AI Research Direction in Samsung Research

17:15 ~ 17:45
Samsung AI Challenge Award Ceremony
& Closing Remarks

Schedule

Day 2
Date : September 13 (Thu.)
Venue : Tower B/D, Seoul R&D Campus
08:00 ~ 09:00
Registration
09:00 ~ 09:30
Opening Remarks
09:30 ~ 10:40

Keynote 1 >>

Cynthia BreazealMIT Media Lab

Living and Flourishing with Social
Robots

11:00 ~ 12:10

Keynote 2>>

Sebastian SeungSamsung Research
& Princeton University

The Computer and the Brain: a Contemporary Perspective

12:10 ~ 14:00
Lunch & Poster Session
14:00 ~ 16:30

Track 1 | Language & Inference

Yejin ChoiUniversity of Washington>>

The Missing Representation in
Neural Language Models

Sam BowmanNew York University>>

Toward Task-Independent Sentence
Understanding

Barry SmythUniversity College Dublin>>

Mining Recommendation Data from Real-World Experiences

Track 2 | Vision, Robotics &
On-device AI

Yiannis DemirisImperial College London>>

Personal Assistive Robotics

Maja PanticSamsung AI Center-Cambridge
& Imperial College London
>>

Artificial Emotional Intelligence – What’s it all about?

Gu-Yeon WeiHarvard University>>

Algorithm-Hardware Co-design to
Accelerate AI on Edge Devices

16:45 ~ 17:15

Gary Geunbae LeeSamsung Reserch

AI Research Direction in Samsung Research

17:15 ~ 17:45
Samsung AI Challenge Award
Ceremony & Closing Remarks
*The program details may be subject to change.
*Lectures will be conducted in English with Korean translation.
Day 1 Schedule

Location

Day 2 |Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus

Samsung Electronics
Seoul R&D Campus

location Location

Tower B/D, Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus, 56, Seongchon-gil,
Seocho-gu, Seoul
Tower B/D,
Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus,
56, Seongchon-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul

location Shuttle Bus

Seonbawi Station Exit 5 → Seoul R&D Campus 08:00-10:00 (10-minute intervals) Seoul R&D Campus → Seonbawi Station 17:50-18:10 (depart when it's full)
Seonbawi Station Exit 5 → Seoul R&D Campus 08:00-10:00 (10-minute intervals) Seoul R&D Campus → Seonbawi Station 17:50-18:10 (depart when it's full)

location Bus

Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus / Nature Hill Complex 3, 4 /Entrance of Seongchon Village
Green Bus : 19, 3412, 4435
Blue Bus : 541, 542
Town Bus : Seocho 18, Seocho 18-1
* Parking is not offered to the participants for this event.
Please use public transportation or the free shuttle service.
Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus /
Nature Hill Complex 3, 4 /
Entrance of Seongchon Village Green Bus : 19, 3412, 4435
Blue Bus : 541, 542
Town Bus : Seocho 18, Seocho 18-1

location Contact

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