Demonstrations selected for presentation during The Abu Dhabi AI Connect.

Call for demonstrations

Presenter Demo Title
Adnan Al-Khatib Behavioral Nudges and Intent-Based Content Moderation
Ahmed Ahmed Abdelhadi ESL e-dictionary
Evgeny Burnaev EpiDetect: a tool for small brain lesions detection and neurosurgery planning
MarFady Alnajjark Machine Learning Based Attention Detection System for Smart Classroom
Florence Wong An Android Based Visualized Malware Detection System with CNN and Conditional GAN
Ghada Al Hussein Deep Bispectral Image Analysis for Speech-based Conversational Emotional Climate Recognition
MHassanein Alsaadiark Automated robotics system for laser hair removal
kheira Lakhdari Green Algeria Project: Building an Intelligent Control System for Greenhouses
Sajid Ahmed AI and Radar-Based Target Recognition and Movement Detection
Tamador Alkhidir Semantic Matching for 1-12 Cross-Curriculum Planning
Yuhang Guo A High-quality Benchmark for Underwater Tracking

The goal of the ADAIC 2024 Demo track is to provide opportunities for participants from both academia and industry to present their latest development in Artificial Intelligence. The demonstrations must clearly show the innovative dimension of the work, the AI component, and the problem the demonstration is intended to solve. It is advised to link the demonstration to this year’s theme, i.e., general AI. Technical needs must also be provided to allow the organizing team to prepare the environment for the demonstrators during the event.

All demonstrations must be concisely described in a document of a maximum of 4 pages. A link to a short video is highly recommended to allow the committee to appreciate the work.

Submissions must be sent electronically to abudhabiaiConnect@tii.ae on or before the deadline. Selected demonstrations will be presented during the event and given space for a whole day to showcase the technology and network with interested attendees.

The “Best Demo” Award will be given to the demonstration that the judging committee selects to be the best in terms of quality, execution, and impact among all the accepted demos in the Connect.

Topics of interest

ADAIC invites submissions in the broad topics of AI. These include, but not limited to:

  • LLMs and Natural Language Processing
  • Computer Vision
  • Automation, Planning, and Forecasting
  • Edge AI
  • Augmented Human-Machine
  • AI applications, such as:
    • AI in Healthcare
    • AI in Sustainability, Environment, and Energy
    • AI in Security & Defense
    • AI in Transport
    • AI in Aerospace and Space
    • AI in Food and Agriculture
    • AI in Manufacturing
    • AI in Education
    • AI in Telecommunication
    • AI in Robotics

Important dates

  • Deadline for Submission: December 1st, 2023
  • Notification of acceptance: December 15th, 2023

Submission guidelines

All demonstrations must be concisely explained in a document of up to 6 pages maximum and the following information should be provided:

  • Title of the demonstration
  • Names and affiliations of the demonstrators
  • A short summary of the demonstration
  • A clear contextualization of the demonstration/tool
  • Benefits of the demonstrated tool/solution
  • Existing similar solutions in the market
  • Uniqueness of the demonstrated tool/solution
  • A short description of the execution scenario(s) of the demonstration during the event
  • A list of required equipment/logistic to demonstrate the tool/solution
  • A link to a short video is highly recommended to make it easy for the preselection task force to appreciate the contribution.

The proposal must be sent on or before the deadline to: abudhabiaisummit@tii.ae