IIT BOMBAY WORKSHOP EXPLORING COLLABORATIONS ON AI FOR SOCIAL IMPACT
April 8 and 9, 2022
In-person & Online
IIT Bombay + WebEx & YouTube
Centre for Machine Intelligence & Data Science, IIT Bombay
Technocraft Centre for Applied Artificial Intelligence, IIT Bombay
AI.Impact is IIT Bombay's new workshop initiative featuring presentations and discussions on advances in AI for across a wide spectrum of applications.
The main theme for the first edition held this year (2022) was on the impact of AI on society and security.
This year more than 20 top industry experts and academics shared insights on new developments in AI, and discuss grand challenge problems that must be addressed so that societies can progress securely in a tech enabled future.
Day 1 | Friday, April 8
DEFENSE & CYBERSECURITY
Academia and industry collaborations to leverage the benefits of AI/ML in the defense and cybersecurity sectors.
Summary of the work at IIT Bombay |
Prof. Nikhil Karamchandani, IIT Bombay
R&D in Cybersecurity | Dr. Sudhir Kamat, Former director DRDO
The Role of Artificial Intelligence in R&DE, Applications and Challenges | Madhav Kuber, R&DE Engineers, DRDO
How AI will redefine Defence & Cyber Security battlegrounds | Jasbir Solanki, Mahindra SSG
AI / ML in Cybersecurity Algorithms: dangerous or promised land? | Varun Anand, Attivo Networks
Panel discussion on Grand Challenges in Defense & Cybersecurity
Moderator: Prof. Manjesh Hanawal, IITB
Research challenges around collecting, cleaning, organizing, and integrating multi-modal data from diverse government and public sources.
Overview of the Public Data Project at IIT Bombay | Prof. Sunita Sarawagi, IIT Bombay
Potential of unison of public data for Rural development | Prof. Pennan Chinnasamy, IIT Bombay
AI for Social Impact: Opportunities and Challenges | Alpan Raval, Wadhwani Institute
Data as a Public Good | Srikanth Nadhamuni, eGovernments Foundation
Data Commons | RV Guha, Google
Panel discussion on Grand Challenges in Public Data | Moderator: D. Manjunath, IIT Bombay
Networking over high tea
Day 2 | Saturday, April 9
INDIAN LANGUAGE & SPEECH TECHNOLOGIES
Challenges and opportunities in building speech and language technologies for Indian languages.
Summary of the work at IITB |
Prof. Preethi Jyothi, IIT Bombay
Indian Language Machine Translation | Prof. Pushpak Bhattacharya, IIT Bombay
Assessing Spoken Language Proficiency with AI | Prof. Preeti Rao, IIT Bombay
Conversational AI: Transforming B2C interactions in India | Beerud Sheth, GupShup
Scaling Natural Language Processing for the Next Billion Users | Partha Talukdar, Google Research
Panel discussion on Grand Challenges in Indian Language & Speech Technologies | Moderator: Prof. Ganesh Ramakrishnan, IIT Bombay
VISION & IMAGE PROCESSING
Implementation and challenges of visual recognition and perception algorithms using the recent deep learning techniques for diverse domains.
Summary of the work at IITB |
Prof. Biplab Banerjee, IIT Bombay
Data Efficient Machine Learning (http://www.decile.org): Algorithms and Toolkits | Prof. Ganesh Ramakrishnan, IIT Bombay
Using deep learning to advance onco-pathology | Prof. Amit Sethi, IIT Bombay
Computer Vision at ShareChat & Moj for the Next Billion Indians | Sumandeep Banerjee, Sharechat
A Stitch in Time Saves Nine: A Train-Time Regularizing Loss for Improved Neural Network Calibration | Ramya Hebbalaguppe, TCS Research
Panel discussion on Grand Challenges in Vision & Image Processing | Moderator: Prof. Biplab Banerjee, IIT Bombay
Day 1 | Friday, April 8 (recorded)
Day 2 | Friday, April 9 (recorded)
LA001, Lecture Hall Complex
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076, INDIA