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Diana Christy <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 27 Jul 2023 08:00:14 -0400
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First Workshop on "Next-Generation Models for Generative AI"

(In conjunction with the Third International Conference on Digital Data Processing 2023)
University of Bedfordshire, Luton. UK. November 27-29, 2023

(IEEE CPS will publish the proceedings, and papers should follow the IEEE template)

AI models use billions of parameters to detect and retrieve text and images. The currently available LL models are experimented with for their efficiency, and at the same time, newer models are being developed. There are many challenges associated with generative AI. The pre-training volume and efficiency are a focus. To leverage the training set with comprehensiveness and accuracy, billions of parameters are injected into the LLM. Current GPTs face criticism, and governments issue a caution to their use. For example, Zhuang Rongwen, China’s cyberspace chief, raises concerns over the power of generative AI and pledges to make it ‘controllable'.

The agenda for the future Generative AI is not clear. Improved generative tools should be capable of characterising extremist narratives in corpora to reveal different contexts, which may lead to building semantic-rich content for end-users. Testing the current models and their results may contribute to future research. Considering these issues, we framed a workshop to address the theme, Next Generation Models. The workshop themes include but are not limited to the following. 

Text, Image, Code, Video, 3D models
Domain-specific models 
Compositional generative models
Foundation models
Energy-based models
Deep equilibrium models 
Impact of Generative AI on Teaching and Learning
Knowledge and Semantic Issues in Generative AI
Future LLM
AI Ethical Issues
AI and NLP
Embedding in AI
Reinforcement learning
Data Support and Datasets in AI
Synthetic Training Datasets
Standards and Benchmarks
AI platforms

Workshop Chairs

Gloria Tengyue Li
North China University of Technology

Simon Fong
University of Macau

Hathairat Ketmaneechairat
King Mongkut’s University of Technology
North Bangkok, Thailand

Important Dates

Full Paper Submission: September 10, 2023
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: October 10, 2023
Registration Due:  November 10, 2023
Camera Ready Due: November 10, 2023
Workshops/Tutorials/Demos:   November   28, 2023
Main conference: November 27-29, 2023
Post-conference proceedings:  December 20, 2023

Paper Submission:

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