FLAIRS - C&AI 2010 : FLAIRS 2010 Special Track for Cognition and AI
Call For Papers
Call For Submissions, FLAIRS
"Cognition and AI: Capturing Cognitive Plausibility and Informing Psychological Processes"
A special track at the 23rd International FLAIRS Conference in cooperation with
the American Association for Artificial Intelligence
All accepted papers will be published as 6-page proceedings by the AAAI.
Paper submission deadline: November 23rd, 2009
A small number of submissions to this special track will be selected for publication in
the Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence (JETAI)
Expanded submission for publication in JETAI: April 23rd, 2010
For Complete Details Please Visit: academic.nickduran.com/FLAIRS_C&AI.html
The 23rd Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society Conference (FLAIRS-23) will be held May 19-21, 2010 at The Shores Resort & Spa in Daytona Beach, Florida, USA. We are pleased to announce that our keynote speakers will be Herb Clark, Eugene Charniak, and Janet Kolodner.
Cognition and AI (C&AI) is a FLAIRS special track that spotlights theoretical and experimental research that explains, integrates, and models human cognition with various computational approaches. It is an open forum for interdisciplinary research that spans the domains of cognitive psychology, computer science, philosophy, and the learning sciences. If you use computational techniques to better understand cognitive phenomena, or are developing AI that instantiates cognitive processes, then this track is for you.
This C&AI special track will feature studies as they relate to cognition and AI. Some areas of interest include (but are not limited to):
1. Bases for evaluating AI and cognitive psychology
2. Knowledge representations (e.g., symbolic, statistical, embodied, etc.)
3. Reasoning e.g., monotonic and non-monotonic logic, etc.)
7. Problem solving
8. Language and communication
11. Game theory
12. Goal-directed behaviors
13. Constraint satisfaction problems
14. Cognitive architectures
15. Intelligent systems
16. Models of agency
17. Neural networks
18. Autonomous systems
20. Dynamical cognition
21. Situated cognition
22. Statistical and probabilistic techniques (e.g., Bayesian, co-occurrence, etc.)
23. Novel methodologies (e.g., eye-tracking, body sensors, arm movements, etc.)
Researchers presenting at the C&AI special track are also invited to submit their papers for publication in the Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence (JETAI). To be eligible for selection, authors will be required to submit an expanded version of the original conference proceeding that contains significant theoretical or experimental additions.
Questions regarding the C&AI special track should be addressed to the track co-chairs:
Nicholas Duran, nduran AT memphis.edu
Sidney D’Mello, sdmello AT memphis.edu
Rick Dale, radale AT memphis.edu