At the time of symposia/workshop acceptance, organizers agree to write a report for publication in the Interactive AI Magazine. These reports are published alongside other reports from the event to provide historical context, cover highlights, and provide an overview of the topics discussed. Visit this page on the Interactive AI Magazine to view an example of a previously submitted report.
- Reports should be 400-700 words
- Reports should be submitted in an editable format (.doc or .txt)
- Submit reports via this form.
Your report should contain the following elements (in this order):
1) Complete title of Symposium, Workshop, or Conference
- No acronyms
- For Workshops or Symposiums, include the Workshop or Symposium number.
- Commonsense Knowledge Graphs (S10)
- Applied AI in Healthcare: Safety, Community, and the Environment (W3)
- 10th AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing
2) Body of the report
- 400 – 700 words
- Reports should be written in past tense.
- Reports should be prose, not lists. Avoid listing all the papers – just give highlights.
- If speakers or authors are mentioned, please give their full name and affiliation.
3) Concluding sentences (2 total)
- Cochairs: The first concluding sentence should be a list of cochairs in sentence form.
- Authors: The second concluding sentence should identify the authors of the report, listed alphabetically by surname.
- Please limit the number of authors to those who wrote the report. Activities such as reading/proofreading/committee membership does not qualify authorship.
- There should, in most cases, be only one or two authors for a given report.
- John Smith, Jane Doe, Michael Scott served as cochairs of this workshop.
- This report was written by John Smith.
4) Titles & affiliations for the authors of the report
- Do NOT list all the organizers or chairs as authors. The names of all the chairs and organizers should be listed in the previous section (“Concluding Sentences”)
- Please provide titles and affiliations for the authors of the report. The bio should be extremely brief.
- John Doe is an assistant professor at the Department of Computer Science, AAAI University.