The widely deployed machine learning models and algorithms in the inter-connected intelligent systems, such as IoT systems, have demonstrated a high level of potential for human daily life. Emerging as a novel technique to support the intelligent systems for a wide range of societal activities, such as autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles network, transportation systems and health care applications, trustworthy machine learning (TML) has become a focus for worldwide researchers. TML is designed as a pivotal and technical solution to ensure the various learning algorithms behave in a socially responsible manner and meet certain compliance requirements from the government and international organisations. One main goal is to investigate the different principles and constraints for TML-SPPIoT to be applied in IoT systems for a security and privacy preserving goal by a broad spectrum of researchers and practitioners. This workshop will focus on discussing the theories, principles, and experiences of developing trustworthy machine learning algorithms and models for such intelligent IoT systems, considering the mass inter-connected devices such as UAV, edge sensors and so on. This workshop will be the first attempt of gathering researchers interested in the emerging and interdisciplinary filed of trustworthy machine learning from its technical perspective and bringing the impacts in intelligent IoT systems for a goal of security and privacy. This workshop will highlight the recent related works and foster unprecedented chance to bridge the research gaps across the topics of deep learning, machine learning, IoT, security, fairness, privacy and so on. This workshop will conduct a reflection on foundations (theory and application) of trustworthy machine learning and lay out a positive vision for future collaboration and research activities for intelligent IoT systems.


Paper submissions should be limited to a maximum of 8 pages, and follow the IEEE ICDM format. More detailed information is available in the IEEE ICDM 2023 Submission Guidelines.

All the papers should be submitted following the official ICDM website: TML-SPPIoT Submission Portal.

All accepted papers will be included in the ICDM'23 Workshop Proceedings (ICDMW 2023) published by the IEEE Computer Society Press. Therefore, papers must not have been accepted for publication elsewhere or be under review for another workshop, conferences or journals.

All accepted papers, including workshops, must have at least one “FULL” registration. A full registration is either a “member” or “non-member” registration. Student registrations are not considered full registrations. All authors are required to register by 15th October 2023.

The topic should be related to trustworthy machine learning, including but not limited to:

  • Theoretical understanding of trustworthy machine learning, such as trustworthy graph learning, trustworthy federated learning and so on
  • Innovative methods for building trustworthy machine learning
  • Explainable and interpretable machine learning
  • Privacy-preserving machine learning
  • New applications of trustworthy machine learning in intelligent systems
  • Innovative machine learning models to build trustworthiness
  • Futuristic concerns of trustworthy machine learning


**All times are at 11:59PM Beijing Time**
Paper submission deadline: September 15th, 2023
Notification to Authors: September 24st, 2023
Camera-ready Deadline: October 1st, 2023
Registration: October 15th
Conference date: December 1st - 4th, 2023


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Organizing Committee

Volunteers / Student Organizers


Point of Contact:

Huaming Chen

The University of Sydney