Registration

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UPDATE: Registration is full, and we can no longer guarantee space in the meeting. You are welcome to register, but this no longer assures admission to the event unless you receive an explicit confirmation from us.

The Workshop on Safety and Control for Artificial Intelligence, co-sponsored by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and Carnegie Mellon University, is scheduled for June 28, 2016 at Carnegie Mellon. A separate technical workshop, sponsored by Carnegie Mellon, is scheduled for the day before, on June 27th. Please fill in this form to request registration for the workshops. Details are at http://www.cmu.edu/safartint/. This workshop is part of a series of four AI workshops co-sponsored by OSTP, described at https://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2016/05/03/preparing-future-artificial-intelligence

Carnegie Mellon invites submissions of white papers to support the technical workshop. White papers selected by Carnegie Mellon will be published on this site. A link for submission is below.

Agendas for the two workshops are still being developed -- please check back on this site or follow on Twitter (@whitehouseostp or @isrcmu). We will also send email notifications to those who have requested registration at the workshops.

The public workshop will occur on June 28. On June 27 a technical workshop will be held to prepare for the public workshop. The technical workshop will focus on needs and challenges for AI safety and control and on how the AI and assurance research communities might productively collaborate. The results of these technical workshops will be presented at the public workshop the next day. Requests should be made prior to June 20th. Space is limited, but we do hope to accommodate all requests on a first-come, first-served basis. Confirmation will be sent via email.
Participants in the June 27th Carnegie Mellon technical workshop are invited to submit white papers. Papers should be short (3-6pp) and focused on particular technical issues. Papers will be reviewed by Carnegie Mellon for relevance to the workshop, and selected papers will be posted on the workshop public website and possibly also annexed to the Carnegie Mellon workshop report, forthcoming. White papers are submitted via EasyChair at this link. Please submit white papers (3-6pp) prior to July 1st.
Provisional title and topic of white paper