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CIKST 2016 : Special Session on Computational Intelligence for Knowledge and Skills Transfer: Theories, Algorithms and Applications

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Link: http://bliss.xmu.edu.cn/~mjiang/event/sswcci2016.html
 
When Jul 25, 2016 - Jul 29, 2016
Where VANCOUVER, CANADA
Submission Deadline Jan 15, 2016
Notification Due Mar 15, 2016
Final Version Due Apr 15, 2016
 

Call For Papers

2016 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence
25-29 JULY 2016, VANCOUVER, CANADA
http://www.wcci2016.org/

Call for Papers

Special Session on Computational Intelligence for Knowledge and Skills Transfer: Theories, Algorithms and Applications

http://bliss.xmu.edu.cn/~mjiang/event/sswcci2016.html
http://www.wcci2016.org/spsessions.php

Effective transfer of knowledge would have significant theoretical and practical values. For example, it could enable robots to rapidly gain skills and adapt to new surroundings with relatively low computational cost. However, the path to achieving this goal is obstructed by a number of difficulties related to: computational resource limitations, uncertainties of information acquisition, and omnipresence of ambient noise. This special session aims at the presentations of the latest research activities related to all facets of knowledge and skills transfer, particularly from perspective of computational intelligence and to applications for robots. The special session is open to contributions on any topic directly or indirectly related to computational intelligence for knowledge transfer and skill transfer, touching on at least one of the issues mentioned above. Submissions presenting empirical or mathematical results are especially welcomed; but conceptually rigorous and innovative contributions of any kind will be seriously considered, if relevant.

The topics of interests in the special session include, but are not limited to:
Theories or Applications of Lifelong Learning, Transfer Learning, Meta-Learning Multitasking;
Symbolic Knowledge Extraction form Deep Networks;
Learning from Partial Observations for complex learning environments;
Multi/Many Objective Optimization;
Cognitive Robotics, Developmental Robotics, Epigenetic Robotics, Bio-inspired and Cognitive Robotics, and their Applications;
Theories or Applications of Spiking Neural Models;
Theory or Application of Structured Learning and Structured Intelligent Systems;
Knowledge Representation in Human-Level Intelligent Systems;
Machine Consciousness; Human-robot Interactions;
Human-like Intelligent Systems in Manufacturing, Game Playing and Scheduling;

Important Dates:
Paper Submission: 15 Jan, 2016.
Paper acceptance notification: 15 Mar. 2016
Final paper submission deadline: 15 April, 2016

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