With the fast development of 5G/6G, Internet of Things (IoT), Cloud/Edge Computing, and Industry 4.0/5.0, Cyberspace Security is of paramount importance and has become a burning issue that may hinder the deployment of many innovative business models. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been penetrated into many sectors, e.g., manufacturing, energy and health, to facilitate automation on trust, security, resilience and reliability. In addition, many of the applications in these sectors, such as self-driving cars and remote surgery, are critical and high stakes applications. The opaque decision making, and bias and ethical issues of AI challenge the safety of these applications. Cyberspace Safety has therefore been attracting significant attention in recent years.
This workshop will address the important problems and challenges caused by both AI for Cyberspace Security and Cyberspace Security for AI. The workshop aims to bring together computer scientists and engineers in different disciplines to share and exchange their experience and ideas and discuss state-of-the-art and in-progress research on all aspects of cyberspace security and AI.
This CAI workshop stemmed from the International Workshop on Security in e-Science and e-Research (ISSR). This year's event has the core theme of AI-powered Cyberspace Security and Safety, previously held as CAI-22 (held in Wuhan, China, in conjunction with TrustCom 2022), CAI-21 (held in New York, USA, in conjunction with ISPA 2021), ISSR-20 (held in Nanjing, China, in conjunction with SpaCCS 2020), ISSR-19 (held in Atlanta, USA, in conjunction with SpaCCS 2019), ISSR-18 (held in Melbourne, Australia, in conjunction with SpaCCS 2018), ISSR-17 (held in Guangzhou, China, in conjunction with SpaCCS 2017), ISSR-16 (held in Zhangjiajie, China, in conjunction with SpaCCS 2016), ISSR-15 (held in Columbus, USA, in conjunction with IEEE ICDCS-15), ISSR-14 (held in Vasteras, Sweden, in conjunction with IEEE COMPSAC-14), ISSR-13 (held in Melbourne, Australia, in conjunction with IEEE TrustCom-13), ISSR-12 (held in Liverpool, UK, in conjunction with IEEE TrustCom-12), ISSR-11 (held in Changsha, China, in conjunction with IEEE TrustCom-11), ISSR-10 (held in Taipei, Taiwan, in conjunction with IEEE ISPA-10) and ISSR-09 (held in Chengdu, China, in conjunction with IEEE ISPA-09).
We solicit original papers reporting a wide spectrum of topics related to cyberspace security and AI. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: