Join Us July 27-31 for AAAI in Quebec City Quebec, Canada!

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Join Us July 27-31 for AAAI in Quebec City Quebec, 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 in Quebec City, Canada at the Quebec City Convention Centre, July 27-31, 2014. AAAI will be colocated with a number of other AI conferences, including the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, July 23-26, 2014; the Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, July 23-27, 2014; the Computational Neuroscience Meeting, July 26-31, 2014; and Artificial General Intelligence 2014, August 1-4, 2014.

AAAI-14 Program Cochairs Carla Brodley (Tufts University) and Peter Stone (University of Texas at Austin) are pleased to continue the outstanding program components of past AAAI conferences, as well as introduce many innovations of their own. The special tracks, due to their increasing visibility, have been folded into the main conference track, which will be complemented by the very successful Spotlights Track, highlighting significant AI results presented at our sister conferences in the past two years, and the Senior Member Track. AAAI and IAAI programs will also feature a joint invited talk, entitled Siri: Back to the Future, to be presented by Adam Cheyer, as well as the Robert S. Engelmore Award Lecture by Craig Knoblock (University of Southern California), entitled From Virtual Museums to Peacebuilding: Creating and Using Linked Knowledge, and a full line-up of invited speakers.

The fifth iteration of the AAAI Symposium on Educational Advances on AI will be collocated with AAAI (see below for details), and the AAAI program will also include 14 half-day tutorials, 16 workshops, AAAI Robotics events, the General Game Playing Competition, the AAAI Poker Competition, the Video Competition, Student Abstract Posters, the AAAI/SIGART Doctoral Consortium, and more! …

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