Artificial Intelligence PTF Agenda

OMG Technical Meeting

2020-06-21 to 2020-06-26
Timezone: UTC-04

Up to date agenda can be found at:

Tue 2020-06-23
10:00-17:00 AI Platform Task Force

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This tentative agenda may still be reordered to accommodate the availability of invited presenters.

10:00-10:20 Welcome, agenda review, introduction of participants

10:20-10:45 Summary of past episodes
  • Peruse the wiki pages (Claude Baudoin), mentioning our May 4 and June 4 teleconferences
  • Mention Stanford's CS520 seminar series on Knowledge Graphs and the sessions that had relevance to AI. See seminar page (Claude Baudoin)
10:45-11:15 Digital Twin and AI -- is Digital Twin "in scope" and how does this influence our roadmap?
  • Brief introduction to the topic (Claude Baudoin)
  • Work of ISO TC 184/WG 6 (Alan Johston, MIMOSA)
  • Interaction opportunities with the newly formed Digital Twin Consortium
11:15-11:30 Break

11:30-12:00 "Some Thoughts on Sampling with AI" -- Dr. Karl Gosejacob

12:00-12:30 Lunch break (at least it will be lunch time for some people)
12:30-13:15 "Constructing and Using Knowledge Graphs for Cybersecurity" -- Prof. Tim Finin, University of Maryland - Baltimore County (UMBC) Computer Science & Electrical Engineering

13:15-14:15 AI ethics
  • Overview of AI Ethics efforts at IEEE and ISO -- Vicky Hailey (VHG)
  • Discussion on AI ethics, bias avoidance, and the necessity and applicability of standards (presentation and discussion led by Nick Stavros)
14:15-15:00 Discuss potential areas of standardization and RFP prioritization (All)

15:00-15:15 Break

15:15-15:30 Wrap-up -- Schedule of conference calls between now and September (strawman proposal: July 21 and August 18, 13:00--14:30 Eastern, resulting in exactly 4-week intervals; full meeting on September 15; then conference calls on October 13, November 10; and full meeting on December 8).

15:30-17:00 (or until later at the participants' discretion) Working session: collaborative editing of the NIST RFI response analysis spreadsheet. Identification any additional ideas for potential standards.

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