Call for Papers
- Full-length papers (min of 6 pages, up to overall 8 pages in AAAI format)
Submissions are not anonymized. Please submit PDF via the easychair link above by November 30, 2023, AOE.
A fastrack for AAAI main conference unloved papers has a later deadline of December 10, 2023, AOE
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Machine learning (including RL) approaches to make cyber systems secure and resilient
- Natural language processing techniques
- Anomaly/Threat detection techniques
- Big Data noise reduction techniques
- Adversarial learning
- Deception in Learning
- Human behavioral modeling, being robust to human errors
- Formal reasoning, with focus on human behavior element, in cyber systems
- Game Theoretic reasoning in cyber security
- Adversarial robust AI metrics
- Multi-agent interaction/agent-based modeling in cyber systems
- Modeling and simulation of cyber systems and system components
- Decision making under uncertainty in cyber systems
- Automation of data labeling and ML techniques that learn to learn in security
- Quantitative human behavior models with application to cyber security
- Operational and commercial applications of AI in security
- Explanations of security decisions and vulnerability of explanation techniques
- The use of foundation models, e.g. LLM, in cybersecurity.
AAAI does not publish workshop proceedings; acceptance to the workshop does not preclude submissions to other conferences. The workshop proceedings will be put on arxiv.
For participation, we aim to follow AAAI guidelines on in-person and remote participation. We do prefer in-person attendance, and may rely on any remote attendance facility that AAAI might provide.