16th May 2024
Workshop on Sustainable AI
The workshop will aim to bring together active researchers from academia and industrial experts who use AI to solve real-world problems and also put efforts into making AI sustainable. The workshop will offer a platform for exchanging new ideas and fostering future research collaborations on using AI technology responsibly and understanding the environmental impact of AI.
With the advent of technology and computation power in recent years, AI has become widely used by the industry and academia across various applications, including natural language processing (NLP), and healthcare. However, the energy efficiency and impact of large-scale AI models like ChatGPTs and Chatbots on the environment have not been well explored yet. Therefore, the workshop on Sustainable AI will focus on the following themes:
- What does the sustainability of AI mean?
- Impact of AI on the environment.
- How do academic researchers and industry see the cruciality of the sustainable AI from development to deployment cycle?
- Methods to make AI more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.
- Tools to measure the environmental impact of AI.
Prof Alex Rogers, University of Oxford
Prof Romain Serziel, University of Lorraine, France.
Dr Girmaw Abebe Tadesse, Microsoft
Dr Hannan Marry Thomas, CMC Vellore, India (attending remotely)
Dr Jill Juergensen, University of Surrey
Dr Arshdeep Singh, University of Surrey
Dr Erick Giovani Sperandio Nascimento, University of Surrey
Professor Mark Plumbley, University of Surrey
Registration details will be available soon.
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