The goal of industrial talks is to share experiences in industrial applications of software engineering of AI-enabled systems and lessons learned from applications of various techniques and practices. This type of submission is only open to individuals willing to share practical lessons learned directly from the field.
Call for Industrial Talks
We solicit practitioner-oriented talks on topics that are likely to be relevant to both industrial and academic attendees. Talk proposals should include a short abstract (150 words), and up to 8 keywords. In addition, the proposal should include a “talk description”, which describes what the talk will be about, highlighting its key points and the reason why it is relevant and important to the software engineering community (500 words). This description will be included in the CAIN’23 proceedings as a two-page long extended abstract for each industrial talk.
In addition, please include up to 10 slides that represent the content of your talk. Submissions should also include the title, the name and affiliation of each presenter, and a speaker biography. Talk proposals can include supporting supplemental materials such as white papers or videos. Please indicate a desired length of either 15 min or 30 min for your talk.
The submitted proposals will be reviewed by the Industrial Track Committee.
Industry talk proposals should be submitted in the following (TBD) web page