International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN)

The International Joint Conference on Neural Networks is organized jointly by the International Neural Network Society and the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, and is the premiere international meeting for researchers and other professionals in neural networks and related areas.

WCCI 2024 - Yokohama, Japan
Featuring three conferences under one roof: IJCNN, FUZZ-IEEE, and IEEE CEC
30 June - 5 July 2024

Featured Events:

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Open Forum on AI Governance Sunday, 30 June
Room 503, PACIFICO Register Now
Workshop: AI Innovations for Education: Transforming Teaching and Learning through Cutting-Edge Technologies Sunday, 30 June
Room 423, PACIFICO WCCI 2024 Workshops
Panel: What will bring AI towards AGI? Monday, 1 July
Room 301+302,
WCCI 2024 Panels
Workshop: International Workshop on Forging Trust in Artificial Intelligence Tuesday, 2 July
Room 211+212, PACIFICO Website

INNS Doctoral Consortium

Tuesday, 2 July
Room 411+412, PACIFICO Yokohama Email INNS VP of Education to Register
INNS AI & Regulations Section Meeting Tuesday, 2 July
Room 315, PACIFICO Register Now

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WCCI 2024 Open Forum on AI Governance

How to harness evolving AI: Dialogue of developers, users, and administrators

Given the public interest in the risks of AI and rapid legislative motions, IEEE WCCI aims to hold an open forum for AI researchers, lay users, and policymakers at WCCI, the largest conference on AI in Asia in 2024.

The forum is an on-site/online hybrid format and is open to the public with pre-registration. AI-generated Japanese translation is provided for local citizens and students.

Sunday 30 June 2024
9:20 - 18:00 JST (UTC+9) 
Pacifico Conference Center Yokohama
5th floor, B503

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INNS Section Meeting: AI & Regulations

INNS will facilitate an open, collaborative discussion on the nexus of AI and Regulations. It will be an opportunity to hear from researchers, legal academics, and industry representatives on the current and imminent AI regulatory landscape and how it will impact how we design, develop and deploy Neural Networks models. At this special meeting, we will be able to ask and attempt to address pertinent questions when pursuing trustworthy and responsible AI. Namely, how should we navigate the complex regulatory landscape? How do we envisage the future of responsible AI governance from the onset?

Find out more about AI and Regulation Evening Discussion

In response to the global regulatory issues and movements, we are pleased to announce INNS’s evening discussion theme of ‘AI and Regulations’, organized for the first time in the history of IJCNN/WCCI.

We will hear from five panelists representing leading academics in IT, Technology and IP Law, Lawyers and Data and AI Ethicist, followed by a Q&A. It will provide insight into the legal frameworks currently being developed and implemented on AI globally, the foreseeable changes in this domain, and how they will impact the work of our AI pioneers.

Admission is free and attendees are encouraged to pre-register. Food and drink will be provided.

Date & Time: Tuesday 2 July 2024, 19:30 JST (UTC+9)
Location: Pacifico Yokohama


  • Amanda Horzyk
    • Researcher in Innovation, Technology and the Law, University of Edinburgh
  • Mateja Durovic
    • Professor of Law at King's College London, Deputy Director of the Law School's Centre for Technology, Ethics, Law and Society (TELOS) and Academic Director of the Executive programme on Consumer Law
  • Colton Crum
    • Graduate Assistant at University of Notre Dame, US
  • Nicola Fabiano
    • Lawyer at Fabiano Law Firm, Adjunct Professor, Ostrava University (Rome)
  • Nicole Inverardi
    • Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A. Chief Data, A.I., Innovation and Technology Officer, Data and AI Ethicist
  • Maja Nisevic
    • Postdoctoral Researcher at KU Leuven at the Centre for IT & IP Law
  • Pierre Baldi
    • University of California, Irvine

Organisers: Asim Roy, Amanda Horzyk, Nicola Fabiano

Moderator: Amanda Horzyk, Researcher in Innovation, Technology and the Law, University of Edinburgh

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