SFI ADAPT held the first ADAPT Annual Scientific Conference for its Phase 2 Research Programme in celebration of the research carried out in the centre, in the Helix, DCU on the 10th May 2022.
The event saw over a hundred ADAPT members come together to engage with and present our research to the wider ADAPT community, to showcase and celebrate the research and academics that are helping to shape the future through AI.
The event was opened with an Introduction from ADAPT Director, Prof. Vinny Wade. Speakers from across ADAPT presented their research over four sessions throughout the day, with engaged audience Q&A after each. DFKI Scientific Director of MLT, Prof. Josef van Genabith delivered a Keynote presentation on Self-supervised Neural Machine Translation (NMT). A poster session upstairs featured the phenomenal research of another 32 ADAPT members. Finally, The event was wrapped up with award presentations listed below, and networking.
The depth and diversity of research presented throughout the conference was fantastic, showcasing AI’s wide range of applications from topics such as: Personalisation, Neural Machine Translation, Virtual Reality, eHealth, Social Media, Data Visualisation, AI Architecture & Ecosystems, and much more. The conference demonstrated the agility and interdisciplinary potential for the applications and continuing evolution of emerging technology like AI.
Thank you to the Science Committee for their work in reviewing all of the research presented over the course of the conference, to the organising committee who worked tirelessly to ensure the event was engaging, enjoyable and insightful for all who attended and finally, thank you to all who attended, we are looking forward to next year’s Annual ADAPT Scientific Conference already!
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