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Staying Smarter in a Smartening World

Computer technologies are producing profound changes in society. Emerging developments in areas such as Deep Learning, supported by increasingly powerful and increasingly miniaturized hardware, are beginning to be deployed in architectures, systems, and applications that are redefining the relationships between humans and technology. As this happens, humans are relinquishing their roles as masters of technology to partnerships wherein autonomous, computer-driven devices become our assistants. What are the technologies enabling these changes? How far can these partnerships go? Read the full Call for Papers.

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News & Announcements

Early bird and author registration is extended to June 10.

Japan Registry Services, a COMPSAC 2018 Bronze Sponsor, is a company dedicated to maintaining the Internet infrastructure of Japan. JPRS contributes to the development of the Internet and the building of a better future for everyone.

Learn more at https://jprs.co.jp/en/

The conference preliminary program has been posted for authors to know which day their symposia, workshop, or session is scheduled. Additional information, including sessions and papers will be posted soon!

The Tokyo Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, with support from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, will offer free tours of Tokyo sites to overseas COMPSAC attendees. Visit the tours page for more information.

Questions about registration can be sent to the Registration Chair, Jahangir Majumder at majumdaa@miamioh.edu.

Visa letter requests should be sent to the Local Organizing Chair, Hironori Washizaki at washizaki@waseda.jp.

The deadline for workshop papers, Student Research Symposium, and Fast Abstract is extended to April 17.

COMPSAC 2018 registration is open. Please visit the registration page for more information.

The IEEE Teaching, Assessment and Learning for Engineering (TALE) Conference, a COMPSAC CELT symposium partner, announces its 2018 call for papers. Please visit http://tale2018.org for more information.

Future Directions offers resources to emerging technologies including events, technical papers and resources such as webinars, videos, newsletters and podcasts. Future Directions serves as a link to technical communities within IEEE.  Major goals of the IEEE Future Directions Committee are to incubate emerging technologies and new applications of current technologies, identify opportunities to engage the engineering community and the general public, promote technical, professional, and educational activities, and serve as a catalyst for new conferences, publications, standards, educational products, forums, white papers, grants and project to support new technologies.

Visit https://www.ieee.org/futuredirections for links to resources available from Future Directions and information about how to get involved.

IEEE Open Preview

COMPSAC 2018 is offering Open Preview, a new IEEE program designed to increase speed to market, allow for accelerated access to research, as well as increase in visibility of the conference publication. Open Preview allows conference proceedings to be available in the IEEE Xplore digital library, free of charge to all customers, one month before the conference until the conference ends. Access to the conference proceedings will be available via the conference mobile app or directly on the Xplore digital library.

Important Dates:
Papers are available free of charge via Open Preview: 23 June 2018
Open Preview closes and papers move to subscription-based access on IEEE Xplore: 28 July 2018

J1C2/C1J2 Publishing

COMPSAC offers opportunities to recommend our best papers for inclusion in IEEE publications, and to encourage presentation of already published journal papers during the conference.

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