Join Us in Atlanta, Georgia, USA for AAAI-10 and IAAI-10!

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Join Us in Atlanta, Georgia, USA for AAAI-10 and IAAI-10!


The Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-10) and the Twenty-Second Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI-10) will be held July 11-15, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Visitors to Atlanta can enjoy major attractions, such as the Georgia Aquarium, the High Museum of Art, Centennial Olympic Park, and the New World of Coke. The city is also home to CNN and a host of cultural and historical attractions, such as the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site and the Woodruff Arts Center. The Georgia Institute of Technology has long been a leading center for research in artificial intelligence. Atlanta's airport is the busiest travel hub in the world, and offers direct flights to over 95 cities in 57 countries each day. For more information, please visit www.atlanta.net.

AAAI-10 welcomes submissions on mainstream AI topics as well as novel crosscutting work in related areas. Topics include agents, cognitive modeling and human interaction, commonsense reasoning, constraint satisfaction, evolutionary computation, game playing and interactive entertainment, information integration and extraction, knowledge acquisition and ontologies, knowledge representation and reasoning, machine learning and data mining, model-based systems, natural language processing, planning and scheduling, probabilistic reasoning, robotics, search, semantic web, vision and perception (this is not an exhaustive list). AAAI-10 will also include several special tracks, including the Nectar and Senior Member tracks, as well as specific research areas. Call for Papers for the main technical track and other tracks are available at www.aaai.org/aaail0.

In addition to the main technical program, AAAI-10 will include the tutorial forum, workshop program, video competition, mobile robot program, student abstracts program, the AAAI/SIGART Doctoral Consortium, and an AI Teaching Symposium, to name only a few of the highlights. For complete information on these programs, including Tutorial and Workshop Call for Proposals, please visit the AAAI-10 website (www. …

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