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Extended Abstract Deadline: Canadian Artificial Intelligence Graduate Student Symposium 2014 (GSS 2014)

2014-03-31 23:59
Canada/Pacific

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27th CANADIAN AI
https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/conferences/ai2014/
GRADUATE STUDENT SYMPOSIUM
https://sites.google.com/site/caigradstudsymposium/home
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CALL FOR PAPERS – Deadline March 31, 2014

AI 2014, the twenty-seventh Canadian Conference on Artificial
Intelligence, is now inviting PhD and master students to submit
single-authored 2-3 pages extended abstracts of their thesis work from
all areas of Artificial Intelligence for possible publication in the AI
2014 Graduate Student Symposium website. The Symposium provides an
opportunity for students to discuss and explore their research interests
and career objectives with their peers and with a panel of established
researchers in Artificial Intelligence, helping to develop a supportive
community of scholars and a spirit of collaborative research.

Paper Deadline: 27th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (extended)

2014-01-16 23:59
America/Montreal

27th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence
May 6-9, 2014, Montréal, Québec, Canada
https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/conferences/ai2014/cfp.html

1. Call for Papers

AI 2014, the 27th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence, invites papers that present original work in all areas of Artificial Intelligence, either theoretical or applied. All accepted papers will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Agent Systems
AI Applications
Automated Reasoning
Bioinformatics and BioNLP
Case-based Reasoning
Cognitive Models
Constraint Satisfaction
Data Mining
E-Commerce

Evolutionary Computation
Games
Information Retrieval
Knowledge Representation
Machine Learning
Multi-media Processing
Natural Language Processing
Neural Nets
Planning

Privacy-preserving Data Mining
Robotics
Search
Smart Graphics
Uncertainty
User Modeling
Web Applications

27th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Montréal, Canada

2014-05-06
2014-05-09
America/Montreal

The 27th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence will take place in Montréal, Québec, May 6-9, 2014. AI 2014 will include a technical program consisting of presentations of research papers and invited speakers describing the state-of-the-art in artificial intelligence. One day of workshops and a Graduate Student Symposium will precede the main conference. AI 2014 invites papers that present original work in all areas of Artificial Intelligence, either theoretical or applied. All accepted papers will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series.

AI 2014 is part of the 2014 AI/GI/CRV Conference, a confederation of three leading conferences: Artificial Intelligence 2014, Graph Interface 2014, and Computer and Robot Vision 2014. A single registration will let you attend any session in the three conferences, which will be scheduled in parallel tracks.

AI 2012: The 25th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence

2012-05-28
2012-05-30
America/Montreal

AI'2012, the twenty-fifth Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence, invites papers that present original work in all areas of Artificial intelligence, either theoretical or applied.

Canadian AI 2012 Paper Deadline (extended)

2012-01-23
America/Montreal

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AI 2012: The 25th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence

http://www.canadianai.ca

May 28th to May 30th, 2012
York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Due to popular demand, the deadline for paper submitions has been extended to January 23th, 2012.

IMPORTANT DATES
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NEW Full paper submission deadline: January 23rd, 2012
NEW Notification of acceptance: February 24th, 2012
Final papers due: March 5th, 2012
Conference: May 28th to May 30th, 2012

CALL FOR PAPERS
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AI'2012, the twenty-fifth Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence, invites papers that present original work in all areas of Artificial intelligence, either theoretical or applied. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Agent Systems

Text Summarization Workshop at Canadian AI (TS11)

2011-05-24
America/Montreal

TS11 at Canadian AI
https://sites.google.com/site/ts11canai/

Automatic text summarization (TS) has been a matter of active research for over a decade now. Doing TS really well would require insights from statistics, machine learning, linguistics and cognitive science, to name a few. Despite a great deal of research effort, state-of-the-art TS systems achieve summary quality much lower than even untrained human summarizers. There is room for improvement and much interesting work to do.

CfP: Text Summarization Workshop at Canadian AI (TS11)

2011-03-11
America/Montreal

TS11 at Canadian AI
https://sites.google.com/site/ts11canai/

Call for papers

Automatic text summarization (TS) has been a matter of active research for over a decade now. Doing TS really well would require insights from statistics, machine learning, linguistics and cognitive science, to name a few. Despite a great deal of research effort, state-of-the-art TS systems achieve summary quality much lower than even untrained human summarizers. There is room for improvement and much interesting work to do.

Summarization is the theme of Text Analysis Conferences (TAC), an influential annual shared evaluation exercise. It is not uncommon to plan TS work around those annual events, regardless of their somewhat narrow range: they focus on summarizing news. While this workshop is open to relevant work already presented at TAC, it is designed as a venue for research on TS which does not necessarily fit the TAC format. We will welcome articles which discuss summarization of other genres (such as blogs, email messages, books, captions or subtitles), investigation of human recall and summarization of data, and the role of language generation in TS, among others. We will also gladly consider position papers on more fundamental long-term challenges in TS: how to move past heavy reliance on shallow lexical information, how to create summaries of high linguistic quality, and so on.

24th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI 2011)

2011-05-25
2011-05-27
Canada/Atlantic

                               AI 2011
         24th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence

                      May 25th to May 27th, 2011
             Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada


  IMPORTANT DATES

  Submission deadline:          January 10th, 2011
  Notification of acceptance:   February 21st, 2011
  Final papers due:             March 6th, 2011
  Conference:                   May 25th to May 27th, 2011

  CONFERENCE URL: http://www.canadianai.ca/
  
AI'2011, the twenty-fourth Canadian Conference on Artificial

CfP: 24th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI 2011) Submission Deadline (Extended)

2011-01-24
America/Montreal

CALL FOR PAPERS


                               AI 2011
         24th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence

                      May 25th to May 27th, 2011
             Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada


  IMPORTANT DATES

  Submission deadline:          January 24th, 2011 (extended)
  Notification of acceptance:   February 21st, 2011
  Final papers due:             March 6th, 2011
  Conference:                   May 25th to May 27th, 2011

  CONFERENCE URL: http://www.canadianai.ca/
  

International Symposium on Teaching AI in Computing and Information Technology (AI-CIT'10) Paper Deadline

2010-03-30
America/Montreal

Call for Papers

International Symposium on
Teaching AI in Computing and Information Technology (AI-CIT'10)
May 30^th 2010, Ottawa, Canada
in conjunction with Canadian AI 2010
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*Web Site: *http://sites.google.com/site/aicit2010workshop/home

The International Symposium on Teaching AI in Computing and Information
Technology (AI-CIT'10) is organized in conjunction with the 23^rd
Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI-2010), which will be
held in Ottawa, Ontario (May 31-June 2, 2010).

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