ACM-ICCES and Scopus 2018 : 4th International Conference of Computing for Engineering and Sciences

ACM – ICCES’ 2018 indexed by ACM – Digital Library & Scopus
4th ACM – International Conference of Computing for Engineering and Sciences
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14 – 16 July 2018;
Call for Paper ACM – ICCES’ 2018
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– Abstract Submission: 05 April 2018
– Final version & Early Registration Deadline: May 15, 2018
– ICCES’2018 Conference: 14 – 16 July 2018
* Submission link: Submission Web pages is:;

ICCES’2018 will be composed of research presentations, keynote lectures, invited presentations, tutorials, panel discussions, and poster presentations.
An important mission of ICCES’2018 is “Providing a unique platform for a diverse community.

If your work is related to ICCES’2018 topics, it is now a good opportunity to submit your contribution through the Easychair system.
– Full paper (5 to 12 pages) formatted according to the ACM style:;
– Short paper (2 to 4 pages).
– Abstract Paper (500 words).
– Poster Abstract (300 words).
– Research in progress: Ongoing research from undergraduates, graduates/postgraduates and professionals.

Authors are invited to submit papers through the Eeasychair system. Submission Web pages is:;
– The accepted papers will be published in proceedings with ISBN in the ACM Digital Library & Scopus.
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Kickstarting Deep Reinforcement Learning proposes a paradigm where ‘teacher’ agents help train ‘student’ agents. Benefits include faster research cycles and students that can surpass their teachers submitted by /u/Tivra
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Evil superintelligence

So there have been speculations about a superintelligent AI being created even in the near future. If it has the power to improve itself, in theory it could become comparable to God.

In my opinion this is extremely dangerous. Imagine that for some reason, the superintelligence is evil and has the goal of causing human suffering. If it has extreme amounts of power it could create a virtual hell for humans and cause eternal suffering. Even if the chance of this happening is very small, for me it means we should immediately stop the development of AI.

What are your thoughts on this?

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