Call for Papers
Call for Papers: AGI−16
July 16-19, New York
The ninth annual conference on Artificial General Intelligence (AGI−16) will take place in New York City, July 16-19.
The AGI conference series is the premier international event aimed at advancing the state of knowledge regarding the original goal of the AI field — the creation of thinking machines with general intelligence at the human level and possibly beyond.
Information on the previous AGI conferences may be found here.
- See the keynote speakers page!
As in prior AGI conferences, we welcome contributed papers on all aspects of AGI R&D, with the key proviso that each paper should somehow contribute specifically to the development of Artificial General Intelligence. The EasyChair submission page is now open.
The proceedings of AGI-16 will be published as a book in Springer’s Lecture Notes in AI series, and all the accepted papers will be available online. Papers must be written in either LaTeX (preferred) [template] or Word [2007 template][2003 template]. Two types of papers will be accepted:
- Regular papers, with a length limit of 10 pages, presenting new research results or rigorously describing new research ideas
- Short technical communications, with a limit of 4 pages, summarizing results and ideas of interest to the AGI audience, including reports about recent publications, position papers, and preliminary results.
The submission deadline is March 25, 2016. The EasyChair submission page is now open.
Appropriate topics for contributed papers include, but are not restricted to:
- Agent Architectures
- Benchmarks and Evaluation
- Cognitive Modeling
- Collaborative Intelligence
- Distributed AI
- Formal Models of General Intelligence
- Implications of AGI for Society, Economy and Ecology
- Integration of Different Capabilities
- Knowledge Representation for General Intelligence
- Languages, Specification Approaches and Toolkits
- Learning, and Learning Theory
- Motivation, Emotion and Affect
- Multi-Agent Interaction
- Natural Language Understanding
- Neural-Symbolic Processing
- Perception and Perceptual Modeling
- Philosophy of AGI
- Reasoning, Inference and Planning
- Reinforcement Learning
- Robotic and Virtual Embodiment
- Simulation and Emergent Behavior
- Solomonoff Induction
Workshops, Tutorials and Demos:
AGI-16 will include a number of exciting workshops , tutorials and software/hardware demos — watch this site for details as they become available.
If you wish to propose a tutorial or a workshop in relation with Artificial General Intelligence, please email a brief proposal to Tutorials/Workshops chair Jose’ Hernandez-Orallo (jorallo AT dsic DOT upv DOT es ) by March 1
The demo session is your chance to show off what you’ve built. Whether it’s a python script, an interactive mobile app or a sentient robot butler, we would love to see your work. It will take place during an HLAI wide reception, so you’ll get great exposure and great feedback from the field’s luminaries. Commercial demos are welcome as long as you refrain from blatant sales activities and are willing to openly discuss the technical details of your demo.
- Presenter(s). Each presenter must be registered in at least one of the participating conferences.
- Demo title.
- Demo description. What would you like to show? Keep this to a few sentences with as much detail as possible.
- Demo images.1-3 photographs (if hardware) or screenshots (if software).
- HLAI relevance. How does your work related to the over arching goal of human level artificial intelligence? As a rule of thumb, the more relevant your work, the shorter this answer needs to be.
- Resources. Anything you’ll need, other than a table and 120V AC power.
- March 1 workshop and tutorial proposals due
- March 15 workshop and tutorial proposal acceptance notification
- April 1 paper submission due (deadline extended from March 25)
- May 1 paper acceptance notification
- May 10 camera-ready files due
- June 1 workshop papers and demonstration proposals due
- June 15 workshop and demonstration acceptance notification
- July 16-19 conference
Chairs and Committees:
- Conference Chair: Ben Goertzel, OpenCog Foundation
- Program Committee Chairs
— Pei Wang, Temple University
— Bas Steunebrink, Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence
- Organizing Committee:
— Matthew Ikle, Adams State College, OpenCog Foundation
— Jose Hernandez-Orallo, Universitat Politècnica de València )(Tutorials and Workshops Chair)
— Brandon Rohrer, Microsoft (Poster and Demo Sessions Chair)
— Ed Keller, New School (Local Co-chair)
- Program Committee Members: see the Committees page