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The Networking Channel

may 2023

WED 10

8am PST

panel discussion

AI for networking, and networking for AI


Kyunghan Lee – Seoul National University

Michael Schapira – Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Ness Shroff – Ohio State University

Noa Zilberman – Oxford University


Christophe Diot – Principal Engineer at Network Operations team, Google

Jim Kurose – Professor of College of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst

The use of AI/ML techniques in networking has generated a lot of excitement and recent research. This panel will bring together researchers working at the AI/networking boundary to reflect on the problems and types of problems that can be successfully addressed by AI/ML techniques. The panelists will discuss areas where AI/ML may offer particularly fruitful opportunities, and the characteristics (timescales, available data, intra-versus-inter network, layers in the protocol stack, management?) of these areas, and what special networking support (if any) is needed for platforms supporting such uses of AI/ML in networking.


5pm CEST

(8am PST / 11 am EST / 1am JST)


web-streamed | time streamed



panel discussion