The 38th Annual AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
February 20-27, 2024 | Vancouver, Canada
Vancouver Convention Centre – West Building
Main Conference Timetable for Authors
Note: all deadlines are “anywhere on earth” (UTC-12)
July 4, 2023
AAAI-24 web site open for author registration
July 11, 2023
AAAI-24 web site open for paper submission
August 8, 2023
Abstracts due at 11:59 PM UTC-12
August 15, 2023
Full papers due at 11:59 PM UTC-12
August 18, 2023
Supplementary material and code due by 11:59 PM UTC-12
September 25, 2023
Registration, abstracts and full papers for NeurIPS fast track submissions due by 11:59 PM UTC-12
September 27, 2023
Notification of Phase 1 rejections
September 28, 2023
Supplementary material and code for NeurIPS fast track submissions due by 11:59 PM UTC-12
November 2-5, 2023
Author feedback window
December 9, 2023
Notification of final acceptance or rejection
December 19, 2023
Submission of paper preprints for inclusion in electronic conference materials
February 20 – February 27, 2024
We are pleased to announce the Thirty-Eighth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-24), which will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia at the Vancouver Convention Centre – West Building from 20-27 February, 2024.
The purpose of the AAAI conference series is to promote research in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and foster scientific exchange between researchers, practitioners, scientists, students, and engineers across the entirety of AI and its affiliated disciplines. AAAI-24 will feature technical paper presentations, special tracks, invited speakers, workshops, tutorials, poster sessions, senior member presentations, competitions, and exhibit programs, and a range of other activities to be announced.
We expect for AAAI-24 to be an in-person conference – one author of all accepted papers will be expected to present work in person unless there are exceptional circumstances that prevent this.
Collaborative Bridge Theme
Driven by its disciplinary diversity, AAAI has incubated numerous AI sub-disciplines and conferences and has nurtured for decades the cohesion of AI. New communities often emerge when two or more disciplines come together in order to explore new opportunities and perspectives; today, both are plentiful. The purpose of this year’s Bridge Program is to tap into new sources of innovation by cultivating collaboration between two or more communities directed towards a common goal. Our interpretation of bridges is broad and encompasses disciplines within and outside of AI. Hence, the communities that our Bridge Program is intended to bring together could be distinct subfields of AI, such as planning and learning, or different disciplines that contribute to and benefit from AI, such as AI and the humanities.