AAAI-14 and IAAI-14 in Quebec City, Canada!

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AAAI-14 and IAAI-14 in Quebec City, Canada!


The Twenty-Eighth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-14) and the Twenty-Sixth Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI-14) will be held July 27-31 at the Quebec City Convention Centre in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

Quebec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Treasure, is North America's most European city, filled with museums and other historic attractions. Quebec's beautiful Old Town (Vieux-Quebec) is the only North American fortified city north of Mexico whose walls still exist. The convention center and conference hotel are only steps away from the historic section of Quebec.

AAAI will be preceded by the 2014 Cognitive Science Conference, July 2326, and plans are underway for coordination of events that would* be of mutual interest to conference participants. For local information, please visit the Quebec City Tourism site at www.quebecregion.com.

AAAI-14 welcomes submissions on mainstream AI topics as well as novel crosscutting work in related areas. Topics include applications, AI and the Web, case-based reasoning, cognitive systems, computational sustainability and AI, constraints and satisfiability, game playing and interactive entertainment, heuristic search, human-computer collaboration, knowledge representation and reasoning, machine learning, multiagent systems, multidisciplinary topics, natural-language processing, planning and scheduling, reasoning under uncertainty, robotics, and vision. …

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