The First International Conference on Natural Language Processing and Artificial Intelligence for Cyber Security (NLPAICS’2024) is organised by the Lancaster University UCREL NLP research group.

Accepted papers

Information will be available around 10 June 

Keynote speakers

  • Sevil Şen (Hacettepe University)
  • Iva Gumnishka (Humans in the Loop)
  • Paolo Rosso (Polytechnic University of Valencia)
  • Jacques Klein ( University of Luxembourg) 

Conference programme 

Information will be available towards the end of June

Iva Gumnishka

Iva Gumnishka is an award-winning social entrepreneur in the field of Responsible AI. She is the founder of Humans in the Loop, a company which employs refugees to provide data labeling and human oversight services to the AI industry. In addition, she is a cofounder of the International Olympiad in AI for high school students, and a board member of For Humanity, an organization promoting the independent audit of AI systems. She has been named Forbes 30under30 and a European Young Leader and is the winner of the EU Prize for Women Innovators, Cartier Women’s Initiative, and MIT SOLVE. She holds a degree in Human Rights from Columbia University. 

Sevil Şen 

 Sevil Sen is a Professor in the Department of Computer Engineering at Hacettepe University, ranked among the top-5 universities in Turkey. She is the founder and head of the Wireless Networks and Intelligent Secure Systems (WISE) laboratory at Hacettepe University. Dr. Sen obtained her PhD from the University of York, UK in 2011 and has since conducted several research visits to prestigious institutions, including  the Eurecom Institute, France, and the University of York, UK. Her research is primarily focused on the intersection of artificial intelligence and cyber security, with a particular emphasis on developing intelligent secure systems. Her specific interests include malware analysis and intrusion detection. Dr. Sen actively employs artificial intelligence-based approaches to address cyber security challenges in mobile systems, wireless networks, and IoT, striving to innovate solutions for enhancing cyber security in these domains. Throughout her career, Dr. Sen has conducted and consulted on numerous academic and industrial projects related to cyber security. In addition to her academic roles, she serves as an area editor for esteemed journals, including Ad Hoc Networks, Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, and Data in Brief.
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