artificial intelligence

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IBERO-AMERICAN CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Abbreviated Title: 
IBERAMIA 2014
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
18 May 2014
Event Dates: 
24 Nov 2014 - 27 Nov 2014
City: 
Santiago de Chile
Country: 
Chile

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CALL FOR PAPER IBERO-AMERICAN CONFERENCE
ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (IBERAMIA)
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IBERAMIA 2014 (24-27 November 2014, Santiago de Chile) welcomes submissions on mainstream AI topics, as well as novel cross cutting work in related areas. As in previous years, accepted papers will be published in the series "Advances in Artificial Intelligence" of Springer-Verlag LNAI.

Please distribute this CFP and visit the website at

SemDial 2011 (Los Angelogue) - call for demos and posters

Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
7 Aug 2011
Event Dates: 
21 Sep 2011 - 23 Sep 2011
City: 
Los Angeles
State: 
California
Country: 
USA
Contact: 
Mark Core
Contact Email: 
my_last_name [at] ict [dot] usc [dot] edu

SemDial 2011 (Los Angelogue)
The 15th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue
Los Angeles, September 21-23, 2011
http://projects.ict.usc.edu/nld/semdial2011

AAAI Symposium on Building Representations of Common Ground with Intelligent Agents

Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
30 May 2011
Event Dates: 
4 Nov 2011 - 6 Nov 2011
Location: 
Westin Arlington Gateway
City: 
Arlington
State: 
VA
Country: 
USA
Contact: 
Wende Frost
Contact: 
Sam Blisard
Contact Email: 
wende [dot] frost [at] nrl [dot] navy [dot] mil
Contact Email: 
sam [dot] blisard [at] nrl [dot] navy [dot] mil

Much of the success of natural language interaction is caused by the participants’ mutual understanding of the circumstances surrounding the communication. These circumstances range from reminiscing about a shared experience, such as a birthday party, to coordinating fire-fighting efforts amongst a team using joint beliefs about mutual capabilities. This mutual understanding of perceived context is termed “common ground,” and is made up of all of the background and shared information that will lead to the eventual success of the communication.

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