Workshop Summary of AiSec'14-2014 Workshop on Artificial Intelligent and Security
Övrigt konferensbidrag, 2014

It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 2014 ACM Workshop Artificial Intelligence and Security (AISec 2014) -- the seventh annual workshop addressing technologies that fuse intelligent systems into computer security applications and the implications of these approaches. The workshop's aim is to advance research at the intersection of artificial intelligence, machine learning, privacy and security. In particular, AISec gives researchers and practitioners working within one or more of those fields a platform for interdisciplinary discussion, which would otherwise be lacking. Hopefully, the workshop will lead to the initiation of knew col- laborations between groups working across these areas. The papers to be presented in this year's program include topics such as the analysis of privacy, adversarial learning models, intrusion detection and automatic advertisement filtering. We are delighted to again be co-located with the premier ACM Computer and Communication Security (CCS 2014) conference. This year we had 23 submissions from Asia, Europe and North America. This year, the workshop also includes a "presentation-only" track, for papers appearing elsewhere. After a rigorous reviewing process, 11 original papers were accepted for presentation at the workshop, while one paper was accepted for peresentation only.

Organizing AISec 2014 was a team effort made possible by colleagues from institutions around the world. We sincerely thank the AISec program committee and external reviewers for their invaluable efforts towards guaranteeing a strong program, and the authors of papers who provided us with such excellent material. Their high caliber submissions and the thoughtful feedback from the reviewers continue to ensure the success of the ACM AISec workshop series. Finally, we wish to thank the ACM CCS organizers, for providing us with a suitable forum and for their continued support of this workshop. We believe that the workshop program will be interesting not only for researchers working in the field, but also for practitioners and academics in other areas in security. We look forward to seeing you all in Scottsdale, Arizona this year.


Christos Dimitrakakis

Logik och Typer

Aikaterini Mitrokotsa

Chalmers, Data- och informationsteknik, Nätverk och system

B. Rubinstein

University of Melbourne

Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security

15437221 (ISSN)

Vol. 2014-January 1555-

21st ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security, CCS 2014
Scottsdale, USA,





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