Re: [Idnet] //Informal on-site meeting in IETF99 for applying AI/ML into network management

Henk Birkholz <> Sun, 16 July 2017 19:13 UTC

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Hello Sheng,

most of my activities target to facilitate AI/ML "some day". It is a long route and most call that work "boiling the sea" in respect to minimal viable solutions, so I would come and listen, if you reach a critical mass of 10+ attendees. Are you able to estimate number of participants?

Viele Grüße,


On July 16, 2017 8:00:51 PM GMT+02:00, Sheng Jiang <> wrote:
>I am trying set up a meeting place for Tuesday (July 18th) morning
>8am~9am, will send the meeting room information later to these who
>expressed their interests for on-site meeting directly, including these
>who preferred Thursday morning. If there are any people would like to
>join, please contact me before the meeting time.
>Hi, all,
>Although there was a few efforts to organize AI-relevant works in
>IETF/IRTF, so far we have not convergent on a solid common interest
>area that some of us could start to work together towards some-level of
>standardization. Let’s try again with a smaller scope. We would like to
>call interests on applying AI/ML into NETWORK MANAGEMENT. The target
>would be to have a dedicated session to discuss AI-based network
>management in the NMRG in IETF100 or IETF101.
>I am trying set up a meeting place for Tuesday or Thursday before the
>morning session. These who are interested please send me an email with
>your preferred day. I will send the information later to on-site
>participants who expressed interests directly. Giving that the meetecho
>is only for formal WG/RG meetings, I am afraid it is almost impossible
>for remote participant. In the past, we did use webex. But the quality
>is bad without professional meeting equipment. It was bad to bridge
>four people on site with one remote participant.
>IDNET mailing list

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