The department for neuroadaptive Human-Computer Interaction will hold the third Neuroadaptive Technology Conference, NAT'22, on 9th - 11th of October, 2022, in close collaboration with the School of Psychology, John Moore's university, Liverpool. The venue for the meeting is Schloss Lübbenau, a fully-preserved castle ensemble in the midst of the unique UNSECO Biosphere Reserve of the Spreewald.
Current trends in different scientific fields indicate an increased interest in integrating context-sensitive information from the human brain into Artificial Intelligence. NAT’22 is intended to bring scientists interested in Physiological Computing, Applied Neurosciences and Passive Brain-Computer Interfaces together with experts from the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Intelligent Systems. The main goals of the conference are an exchange of research questions and findings from both fields and the identification of common goals and joint ventures in the domain of Neuroadaptive Technology, including: real-time signal processing, unsupervised vs. supervised ML, designing neuroadaptive interaction, explainable AI (XAI), neuroadaptive applications, hybrid AI systems (DL + symbolic AI) for applied neurosciences, ethics of neurotechnology in the real world (responsibility for action, security), cloud-based solutions for data management and more.
Registration for the conference will open shortly.
The Call for Papers can be found at the Website of the NAT society. We cordially invite you to submit a short abstract describing your research results and/or perspectives on the combination of NAT and Artificial Intelligence. If chosen, you will have the opportunity to present this work at the conference. NAT’22 welcomes novel research results and ideas, but also explicitly invites work that has already been published to provide an overview of relevant research in the different domains. This is intended to support the main idea of the conference to bring scientists from different fields together and inspire cooperative work. Furthermore, participants of NAT’22 will have the opportunity to jointly work on publications describing the main outcomes of the conference, including concepts of roadmaps, theoretical concepts and ethical/societal considerations.
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