First International Symposium on Trustworthy Autonomous Systems


The Trustworthy Autonomous Systems 2023 symposium focuses on novel and creative multidisciplinary responsible research & innovation of trustworthy autonomous systems). Registration is now open.

Welcome to TAS ’23

TAS '23 features nine sessions taking place over two days, including 18 Full Papers and 33 posters plus TAS Creative Provocations.

You’ll have opportunity to network and hear talks from current TAS researchers as they showcase creative, multi- and interdisciplinary responsible research & innovation which focuses on the challenging question of how to ensure that the design, engineering, and operation of autonomous systems generates positive outcomes and mitigates potentially harmful outcomes for people, societies, economies and the environment.

TAS ’23 takes place at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, the home of the TAS Node in Trust and the newly built National Robotarium.

Join us at the symposium:

Non-archival track posters

This track invites submission of non-archival posters in the form of titles and short abstracts (up to 200 words). Submissions can include preliminary results, short prequels to or follow-ups of larger studies, provocative positions, early student research, as well as any recent research which is deemed interesting to the TAS community. Posters will be displayed alongside archival track posters, but they will not be archived in the proceedings. Selection will be made only based on the relevance of the topic to the TAS community and the space available in the venue.

Please submit your title and abstract using this online form by 16/06/2023 (23:59 BST).

Decisions will be returned by 23/06/2023, one week before the closure of registrations on 30/06/2023.