Magazine article AI Magazine

Please Join Us for AAAI/IAAI 2010 in Atlanta!

Magazine article AI Magazine

Please Join Us for AAAI/IAAI 2010 in Atlanta!

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The Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-10) will be held July 11-15, 2010, at the Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta, Georgia. The Twenty-Second Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI-10) will be collocated with AAAI-10, and will be held July 13-15 (see www.aaai.org/Conferences/AAAI/aaai10.php).

The AAAI program cochairs for 2010, Maria Fox (University of Strathclyde, UK) and David Poole (University of British Columbia, Canada) will continue the innovations introduced during the past several years of the conference, including two new tracks and a new collocated education symposium. An overview of the special tracks is included in this quarter's AAAI News. For the full technical call for participation, as well as all program deadlines and guidelines, please visit the AAAI-10 website at www.aaai.org/Conferences/AAAI/aaai10.php.

Special Track on Artificial Intelligence and the Web

This special track invites research papers on AI techniques, systems and concepts involving or applied to the web. Papers should either describe web related research or clearly explain how the work addresses problems, opportunities or issues underlying the web or web-based systems.

New! Special Track on Artificial Intelligence and Bioinformatics

This special track invites the submission of research papers on novel AI concepts, techniques, and systems to address current problems in bioinformatics and computational and systems biology. Papers should describe either bioinformatics related research that takes advantage of AI methods, or clearly explain how a particular AI approach may be capable of addressing a particular computational challenge arising from the life-sciences.

New! Special Track on Challenges in AI

The AAAI-10 challenge track provides an opportunity for researchers to give a focused talk on a problem or problem class that is challenging for existing techniques and that they believe deserves dramatically more attention. A challenge paper should include a clear statement of the technical challenge, an argument as to why the challenge is important, discussion of previous relevant work, along with a means of evaluating progress. Ideally, a challenge issued in one AAAI will spark several years of intense research, the fruits of which are highlighted in the succeeding conferences. Challenges are welcome from specialists in traditional subfields as well as related disciplines that share with AI problems, techniques, or perspectives.

Special Track on Integrated Intelligence

This track welcomes submissions on issues that arise in the design and construction of an integrated system, which include clear evidence for the efficacy of the integration. Papers should highlight synergistic effects of integrating components from distinct areas of AI to achieve intelligent behavior. They should articulate the innovative mechanisms used to combine multiple components and should demonstrate the synergy achieved through this integration.

Special Track on Physically Grounded Artificial Intelligence

This track welcomes papers in robotics, vision; activity recognition and other areas of artificial intelligence where computers interface to physical environments. Papers should either describe related research or clearly explain how the work addresses problems in physically embodied agents, opportunities, or issues underlying such systems.

Senior Member Papers

The Senior Member presentation track provides an opportunity for established researchers to give a broad talk on a well-developed body of research, an important new research area, or a thoughtful critique of trends in the field. …

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