8th Clean Cyberspace Conference Held at Allameh Tabataba'i University

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The eighth Clean Cyberspace Conference, New Islamic Civilization, Artificial Intelligence, and Cyberspace Governance, was held at Allameh Tabataba'i University in collaboration with the Clean Cyberspace Developers Association (FAMP), consisting of IT activists.
8th Clean Cyberspace Conference Held at Allameh Tabataba'i University

Directorate for International Academic Cooperation

(Source: https://atu.ac.ir, Public Relations Office)

 

The eighth Clean Cyberspace Conference, entitled "New Islamic Civilization, Artificial Intelligence, and Cyberspace Governance," took place at Allameh Tabataba'i University (ATU) in collaboration with the Clean Cyberspace Developers Association (FAMP), a group of IT industry activists. The conference was held both in-person and virtually and renowned experts discussed the impact of AI on Cyberspace.

The conference was attended by Dr Abdollah Motamedi, ATU President; Dr Seyed Mohammad Amin Aghamiri, Secretary of the Supreme Council of the Cyberspace; Dr Saeedreza Ameli, President of the Humanities Development Council and Dean of the Faculty of World Studies at the University of Tehran, and a group of experts, researchers, and opinion leaders in the field of cyberspace. Allameh Tabataba'i University, the leading university in the Humanities hosted the conference in collaboration with the Clean Cyberspace Developers Association (FAMP).

Aiming to examine the impact of AI in cyberspace and the realization of a new Islamic civilisation, the conference revolved around the themes of "Artificial Intelligence and Regulation in Cyberspace," "AI-driven Cyberspace," "Ethics, Religion, and Humanity in the Age of AI," "Smart Assistants and Lifestyle," "Deepfake Challenges," "Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science," "Impacts of AI on Civilization and Community Management," and "Wealth Transfer and Distribution in the Age of Artificial Intelligence".

 

 

Last Update At : 30 June 2024