The Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-10)
AAAI-10 is the Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI). The purpose of this conference is to promote research in AI and scientific exchange among AI researchers, practitioners, scientists, and engineers in related disciplines. AAAI-10 will have multiple technical tracks, student abstracts, poster sessions, invited speakers, and exhibit programs, all selected according to the highest reviewing standards.
AAAI-10 will feature technical papers on mainstream AI topics as well as novel cross-cutting work in related areas. Topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Cognitive modeling and human interaction
- Commonsense reasoning
- Constraint satisfaction and optimization
- 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
- Multiagent systems
- Natural language processing
- Planning and scheduling
- Probabilistic reasoning
We especially encouraged submission of papers that extend the state of the art, and explore parts of the design space of AI that are not well explored
In addition to its main technical papers track, AAAI-10 will include seven special paper tracks: four for focused topics, one for ideas that have previously been presented elsewhere but not to a general AI audience, one for senior researchers to present broad perspectives and one for presenting new challenges to the AI community.
The Special Track on Artificial Intelligence and the Web (AIW) focuses on the use and extension of AI techniques, systems, and concepts for the World Wide Web.
The new Special Track on Artificial Intelligence and Bioinformatics (AIB) focuses on novel AI concepts, techniques, and systems to address current problems in bioinformatics and computational and systems biology.
The new Special Track on Challenges in AI presents papers that describe technical challenges relating to artificial intelligence.
The Special Track on Integrated Intelligence emphasizes research on evaluated approaches and techniques that synergistically combine abilities from distinct areas of AI to achieve intelligent behavior.
The Special Track Physically Grounded Artificial Intelligence (PGAI) includes papers in robotics, vision, activity recognition and other areas of artificial intelligence where computers interface to physical environments.
The AAAI Nectar (New Scientific and Technical Advances in Research) Papers track encourages cross-fertilization of ideas between specific areas of AI and the general AI community, and will consist of papers based on significant AI results presented at sister conferences in the last two years.
The Senior Member Presentation Track provides an opportunity for established researchers to give a broad talk on a well-developed body of research, an important new research area, or a thoughtful critique of trends in the field.
- Maria Fox
(University of Strathclyde, UK)
- David Poole
(University of British Columbia, Canada)