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SSS 25 Call For Abstracts Now Out

The call for abstracts for the Safety Critical Systems Symposium 2025 (SSS'25) is now out: https://scsc.uk/e1099

Abstracts have to be sent to mike.parsons@scsc.uk by 31st July 2024.

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Last room for SSS24 (Jan 24)

Only 1 room left in the SSS24 symposium hotel for the Tuesday night! https://scsc.uk/e1007
Please book on quickly if you want it!

Safety Systems Do Work (Jan 24)

The Japan air crash in which 5 people died is obviously a tragedy for those affected, but it is also a success in that all the passengers and crew of the Airbus A350 (379 in total) all escaped, https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-67870119. This is astonishing as there was little time to exit and some of the systems and escape routes were unusable. However it just shows what trained crews can do, and also passengers when they comply with instructions. We await the first official reports with interest.

Happy Holidays! (Dec 23)

We hope you have a really good break over the festive season. This year seems to have been busier than ever with new challenges so some rest and relaxation is definitely needed! However the SCSC remains open over the holiday period and the web site is able to take bookings as normal. 

Early Bird Bookings for SSS 24 (Nov 23)

Early bird bookings for SSS'24 are now open. Book before 15th December for a £100 discount! Full details at https://scsc.uk/e1007

AI Safety is Big News (Oct 23)

There have been many significant announcements about AI safety, the biggest of which is from the US today. This initiative has potentially huge consequences for those developing and deploying AI worldwide. It is also the week of the UK government AI Safety Summit at Bletchley Park which could have some useful outputs. Note that at SSS'24 in February we have a special "Can we make safe AI" session with talks and panel of experts, https://scsc.uk/e1007 All our 1-day seminars are AI-themed next year too, starting with the first one in April. AI will continue to make the news...