February 1, 2024 - March 3, 2024

3rd ACM International Workshop on Multimedia AI against Disinformation (MAD’24) – Call for papers

Find out what you need to do to present your paper at the next International Workshop on Multimedia AI against Disinformation.

Organiser: ACM

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Topics of Interest

  • Disinformation detection in multimedia content (e.g., video, audio, texts, images)
  • Multimodal verification methods
  • Synthetic and manipulated media detection
  • Multimedia forensics
  • Disinformation spread and effects in social media
  • Analysis of disinformation campaigns in societally-sensitive domains
  • Robustness of media verification against adversarial attacks and real-world complexities
  • Fairness and non-discrimination of disinformation detection in multimedia content
  • Explaining disinformation /disinformation detection technologies for non-expert users
  • Temporal and cultural aspects of disinformation
  • Dataset sharing and governance in AI for disinformation
  • Datasets for disinformation detection and multimedia verification
  • Open resources, e.g., datasets, software tools
  • Multimedia verification systems and applications
  • System fusion, ensembling and late fusion techniques
  • Benchmarking and evaluation frameworks

Expected numbers of submissions, accepted papers, and participants

ACM expects to attract around 25-35 submissions, and to accept about half of it, with an acceptance rate of 50%. We foresee to attract around 40-45 participants on-site, allowing remote presentations for authors unable to attend due to travel restrictions.

A selection of the papers accepted for the workshop may be invited to a special issue of a first-tier journal. Potential venues are the International Journal of Multimedia Retrieval, Multimedia Tools and Applications, IEEE MultiMedia.


Find out more about the event here.