Scientists from Russia and Belarus participated in the seminar. The Russian side was represented by G.S.Osipov, Deputy Director of the Federal Research Center "Computer Science and Control" of the RAS, President of the Russian Association of Artificial Intelligence; V.F.Zadneprovsky, Acting Deputy Director of the Institute of Informatics Problems of the Federal Research Center "Computer Science and Control" of the RAS; S.K.Slivinsky, General Director of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Foreign Economic Organization LICENSINTORG"; A.Yu.Mamrov, Expert of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Foreign Economic Organization LICENSINTORG". From the Belarusian side, the seminar was attended by S.P.Vityaz, Deputy Director for Science and Innovation of the Center for Belarusian Culture, Language and Literature Research of the NAS of Belarus; A.N.Gordey, Chief Researcher of the Center of System Analysis and Strategic Research (CSASR) of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus; a group of specialists from the CSASR and the NASB United Institute of Informatics Problems.
According to the annual results and the seminar outcome, proposals were made for the development of cooperation and further research, including preparation of a project in the framework of programs of Belarus and Russia Union State. The proposals were discussed at a meeting at the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. During the meeting, the conceptual provisions of a project planned to be realized as part of the Union State programs were agreed. The project aims at intellectual information support of the scientific, technological, and innovative activities of the Union State.
The events were held as a part of joint Belarusian and Russian studies (since 2016) aimed at implementation of conceptual provisions of Viktor Vladimirovich Martynov scientific school. V.V.Martynov is an outstanding Belarusian linguist, who created the Universal Semantic Code (a cycle of works dated 1974–2009) and was one of the founders (1989) and participants of the Soviet Association of Artificial Intelligence.