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8th Machine Intelligence and Digital Interaction – MIDI Conference

Plakat konferencji MIDI

Welcome to the world where humans meet technology!

MIDI2020 is one of the largest events dedicated to intelligent machines and cooperation between humans and new technologies. The conference will be held on 9-10 December 2020 as a fully online event for the first time.

The MIDI2020 conference is a space where science and innovation meet business. The event will present the latest methods, ultra-modern solutions, and innovative approaches to integrating people and smart technologies. MIDI’s attendees are global experts – enthusiasts of AI and machine learning who are going to share their knowledge and practical tips on software engineering and people’s interactions with artificial cognitive systems.

For eight years now, the MIDI series of conferences has inspired the development of projects, innovative research initiatives, and the practical implementation of innovations to surprise the world of  science! The event brings together ambitious researchers involved in future-oriented projects, and offers an effective platform for exchanging experiences and best practices.

The keynote speaker of MIDI2020 is Witold Pedrycz – professor at Canada Research Chairs (CRC) in Computational Intelligence, University of Alberta. He has authored a wide variety of material covering various aspects of computational intelligence and software engineering.

The 8th edition of the event, MIDI2020, is co-organised by the National Information Processing Institute (OPI PIB), a leader in the Polish public sector in creating software systems for the national science and higher education system, the Systems Research Institute of the Polish Academy of  Sciences, and two high-ranking universities: the Łódź University of Technology and the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology. The partners of the MIDI conference are: the Łukasiewicz Research Network, Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Logistics and Warehousing, the Lodz ACM Chapter, and the web portal Sztuczna Inteligencja.

Join the MIDI2020 community to showcase your achievements, impact the public debate, grow your business, and gain new insights into the technologies of tomorrow!

Participation is free of charge. The language of the conference is English. More information and registration here.