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Apoyo a la investigación y la docencia en Inteligencia Artificial
Fomentar el desarrollo de la Inteligencia Artificial tanto en el ámbito español como en el Iberoamericano
Organización de la multiconferencia CAEPIA
Conferencia bianual de Inteligencia Artificial: próxima conferencia en el año 2018
Aepia es una asociación formada por docentes, investigadores y profesionales que comparten intereses en temas relacionados con la Inteligencia Artificial.
La Conferencia de la Asociación Española para la Inteligencia Artificial (CAEPIA) es un foro bienal abierto a investigadores de todo el mundo para presentar y discutir los últimos avances científicos y tecnológicos en Inteligencia Artificial. Como en las anteriores ediciones, los objetivos son: facilitar la diseminación de nuevas ideas y experiencias, fortalecer los lazos entre los distintos grupos de investigación implicados, promover el trasvase de conocimiento entre nuevos investigadores y grupos consolidados, y ayudar a difundir los nuevos desarrollos hacia la sociedad.
27 de abril de 2018, Madrid
Más información y registro gratuito en:
10:00 - Registro de participantes – (Entrega de certificados)
10:30 - Presentación: Victoria López, Grupo GRASIA-G-TeC, SocialBigData-CM
-- Jorge Gómez (UCM): Co-creation of Ambient Assisted Living Solutions through 3D simulations, Grupo GRASIA!
--David Lois (UNED), Perspectiva psicosocial, elementos emocionales y creencias en las redes sociales
-- Luis de la Fuente (UNIR): Aplicación e Investigación de Learning Analytics: Pequeñas y grandes ideas.
11:30 - Descanso Café
--Pedro Rico (ESRI) ESRI School Program: ayudando a la transformación digital en la educación.
--Juan C. Muria (FUJITSU): Desafíos del Big Data en el sector salud
--Roberto Magro Pedroviejo (Grupo de Trabajo de Datos Abiertos de la RED de Entidades locales por la transparencia y participación ciudadana de la FEMP): Guía de Datos Abiertos
--Adolfo Antón (MediaLab Prado): Periodismo de Datos
13:30 - Mesa redonda: “Avances en Educación, Salud y Sociedad con la Ciencia de Datos”
14:30 - Clausura y Brunch Social
Inscripción gratuita hasta completar aforo (100 plazas)
The Program Committee of the 27th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-ECAI-18), joint with the the 23rd European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, invites the submission of technical papers for the main technical track of the conference which will be held in Stockholm, Sweden, from July 13th to July 19th, 2018. Submissions are invited on significant, original, and previously unpublished research on all aspects of artificial intelligence. All papers will receive mindful and rigorous reviews. For nearly a half-century, IJCAI has remained the premier conference bringing together the international AI community to communicate the advances and celebrate the achievements of artificial intelligence research and practice. It is a highly-referenced conference that will provide authors with useful critical feedback. ECAI, which has been running every two years since 1982, has become the leading conference for this field in Europe. This is the first time that IJCAI and ECAI are joint. With the current explosive interest in AI and its applications, this conference is guaranteed to provide an exciting forum to present and hear about cutting-edge research in AI.
IJCAI-ECAI-18 welcomes submissions across all areas of AI. The conference scope includes all subareas of AI, including (but not limited to) traditional topics such as machine learning, search, planning, knowledge representation, reasoning, constraint satisfaction, natural language processing, robotics and perception, and multiagent systems. We expressly encourage work that cuts across technical areas and/or integrated capabilities. We encourage all types of contributions including theoretical, engineering and applied. We also encourage papers on AI techniques in the context of novel application domains, such as security, sustainability, health care, transportation, and commerce.
The special theme of IJCAI-ECAI-18 is the evolution of the contours of AI. There will be a corresponding special track with a specific call for papers.
Abstract submission deadline: January 25, 2018 (11:59PM UTC-12)
Paper submission: January 31, 2018 (11:59PM UTC-12)
Rebuttal period: March 19-23, 2018
Notification of acceptance/rejection: April 16, 2018
Information about camera-ready deadlines will be provided to authors at a later date.
Submission Site: http://ijcai2018.confmaster.net
For formatting Guidelines, LaTeX Styles and Word Template, see more information on http://ijcai-18.org/cfp/
This summer school will be held in Boadilla del Monte, near Madrid, from June 26th to July 7th. This year's edition comprises 12 week-long courses (15 lecture hours each), given during two weeks (six courses each week). Attendees may register in each course independently. No restrictions, besides those imposed by timetables, apply on the number or choice of courses.
For the third time in a row, INOMICS has selected our summer school as one of the world's top ten summer schools in mathematics and statistics. You can read more at http://bit.ly/2oR00GI
Early registration is *OPEN*. Extended information on course programmes, price, venue, accommodation and transport is available at the school's website:
There is a 25% discount for members of Spanish AEPIA and SEIO societies.
Pedro Larranaga, Concha Bielza, Bojan Mihaljevic and Alberto Ogbechie.
*** List of courses ***
* Week 1 (June 26th - June 30th, 2017) *
1st session: 9:45-12:45
Course 1: Bayesian Networks (15 h)
Course 2: Time Series(15 h)
2nd session: 13:45-16:45
Course 3: Supervised Pattern Recognition (15 h)
Course 4: Bayesian Inference (15 h)
3rd session: 17:00 - 20:00
Course 5: Neural Networks and Deep Learning (15 h)
Course 6: Unsupervised Pattern Recognition (15 h)
* Week 2 (July 3rd - July 7th, 2017) *
1st session: 9:45-12:45
Course 7: Statistical Inference (15 h)
Course 8: Big Data with Apache Spark (15 h)
2nd session: 13:45-16:45
Course 9: Text Mining (15 h)
Course 10: Feature Subset Selection (15 h)
Introduction. Filter approaches. Embedded methods. Wrapper methods. Additional topics. Practical session: R and Weka.
3rd session: 17:00-20:00
Course 11: Support Vector Machines and Regularized Learning (15 h)
Course 12: Hidden Markov Models (15 h)
7th and 8th March 2017, Barcelona
It cannot be denied that Artificial Intelligence is having a growing impact in many areas of human activity. It is helping humans to communicate with each other, even beyond linguistic boundaries, find information in the vast resources available on the web, solve challenging problems that go beyond the competence of a single expert, and enable the deployment of autonomous systems, such as self-driving cars, that handle complex interactions with the real world with little or no human intervention. These applications are perhaps not like the fully autonomous conscious intelligent robots that science fiction stories have been predicting, but they are nevertheless very important and useful, and most importantly they are real and here today.
But neither can it be denied that Artificial Intelligence comes with certain risks. Many people (including luminaries such as Bill Gates or Stephen Hawking) believe that the main risk of artificial intelligence is that it gets out of hand. Machines that can learn, reconfigure themselves, and make copies of themselves may outrun the human race, become smarter than us and take over. To researchers in the field this risk seems far-fetched. But they see other risks which are already upon us and need urgent remediation.
Concretely, AI algorithms, particularly those embedded in the web and social media, are having an important impact on who talks with whom, how information is selected and presented, and how facts (justified or fake) propagate and compete in public space. However these AI algorithms are now held (at least partly) responsible for allowing the emergence of a post-truth world, highjacking democratic decision processes, and dangerously polarizing society. These developments are making it much more difficult to deal with the big issues facing our society, such as mitigating climate change, diminishing pollution, achieving economic prosperity for an exploding population, coping with massive migration, etc. They all require determined collective action and therefore a political consensus.
This B·Debate, organized by Biocat and "la Caixa" Foundation, together with the Institut de Biologia Evolutiva (IBE - CSIC/UPF) and the Institut d'Investigacio en Intel-ligencia Artificial (CSIC), brings together top experts concerned with the benefits and risks of AI, particularly, but not exclusively, in the domain of web and social media, and seeks to come up with ways to deal with these new challenges.
The first day (March 7th) is a closed meeting with experts (by invitation only). The second day of the debate (March 8th) is an open session with previous registration.
ICREA Research Professor. Institut de Biologia Evolutiva
October 4-6, 2017 - Granada, Spain
The 11th International Conference on Scalable Uncertainty Management (SUM) will be held in Granada, Spain on October 4-6, 2017. The conference will bring together researchers who are working with imperfect information in fields such as artificial intelligence, databases, data mining, information retrieval, and risk analysis with
the aim of fostering collaboration and cross-fertilization of ideas from different communities.
An originality of SUM is that it gives a large space to tutorials about a large range of topics related to uncertainty management. Each tutorial provides a 45 minute survey of one of the research areas in the scope of the conference.
Topics of Interest:
We solicit papers on the management of large amounts or complex kinds of uncertain, incomplete, or inconsistent information. We are particularly interested in papers that focus on bridging gaps, for instance between different communities, between numerical and symbolic approaches, or between theory and practice. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Imperfect information in databases
- Methods for modeling, indexing, and querying uncertain databases
- Top-k queries, skyline query processing, and ranking
- Approximate, fuzzy query processing
- Uncertainty in data integration and exchange
- Uncertainty and imprecision in geographic information systems
- Probabilistic databases and possibilistic databases?
- Data provenance and trust
- Data summarization
- Very large datasets
- Imperfect information in information retrieval and semantic web applications
- Approximate schema and ontology matching
- Uncertainty in description logics and logic programming
- Learning to rank, personalization, and user preferences
- Probabilistic language models
- Combining vector-space models with symbolic representations
- Inductive reasoning for the semantic web
- Imperfect information in artificial intelligence
- Statistical relational learning, graphical models, probabilistic inference
- Argumentation, defeasible reasoning, belief revision
- Weighted logics for managing uncertainty
- Reasoning with imprecise probability, Dempster-Shafer theory, possibility theory
- Approximate reasoning, similarity-based reasoning, analogical reasoning
- Planning under uncertainty, reasoning about actions, spatial and temporal reasoning
- Incomplete preference specifications
- Learning from data
- Risk analysis
- Aleatory vs. epistemic uncertainty
- Uncertainty elicitation methods
- Uncertainty propagation methods
- Decision analysis methods
- Tools for synthesizing results
Accepted long and short papers will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series. Authors of an accepted long or short paper will be expected to sign copyright release forms, and one author is expected to give a presentation at the conference. Authors of accepted abstracts will be expected to present their work
during the conference, but the extended abstracts will not be published in the LNCS/LNAI proceedings (they will be made available in a separate booklet).
- Deadline for submissions: April 3, 2017
- Notification: May 22, 2017
- Camera-ready copies: June 12, 2017
- Conference: October 4-6, 2017
August 19-25, 2017 - Melbourne, Australia
The Program Committee of the Twenty-sixth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-17) invites the submission of technical papers for the main technical track of the conference which will be held in Melbourne, Australia, from August 19th to August 25th, 2017. Submissions are invited on significant, original, and previously unpublished research on all aspects of artificial intelligence. All papers will receive mindful and rigorous reviews. For nearly a half-century, IJCAI has remained the premier conference bringing together the international AI community in communicating the advances and celebrating the achievements of artificial intelligence research and practice. With the current explosive interest in AI and its applications, this 26th edition of the conference is guaranteed to provide an exciting forum to present and hear about cutting-edge research in AI.
SPECIAL TRACK ON AI & AUTONOMY
A special theme of IJCAI-17 is Autonomy. While autonomy has been a focus of interest in the research community for many years, recent developments in the adoption of artificial intelligence and other technologies across many different areas of endeavour have brought new challenges or have made real those that until now had been largely abstract and theoretical. The increasing number of major corporations developing autonomous cars, the use of autonomous vehicles in the sea and in the air, the proliferation of drones for different purposes including military ones, and the availability of personal assistants via the desktop or smartphone are just some examples of the ways in which these challenges are facing us in everyday life. In recognition of this trend, and in support of addressing some of these challenges, this Special Track seeks to foster discussion and debate around the issues brought forward by this new generation of technologies and applications. We seek papers that address or consider the challenges across multiple different dimensions: Technical, Philosophical, Legal, and Social.
The scientific program of IJCAI 2017 will also contain Workshops, Tutorials, Demonstrations, Robotic Exhibitions, a Doctoral consortium, and will host different software, video, and robotics competitions.
The conference will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, a space that has won numerous awards for its architecture and interior design. Conveniently located on the banks of the Yarra River the convention centre is within walking distance of the city centre and a wide range of restaurants and hotels, with options suitable for all budgets. The workshops and tutorials will be held at close by RMIT University, one of the largest universities in Australia. There is a free tram that runs between RMIT and a block away from the convention centre.
Abstract submission: February 16th, 2017
Paper submission: February 19th, 2017
Acceptance notification: April 23rd, 2017
Conference: August 19th - 25th, 2017
12-13 July 2017, Madrid, Spain
The Seventh International Conference on Pattern Recognition Systems (ICPRS) is an annual event that follows ICPRS-16, originally a development from the successful Chilean Conference on Pattern Recognition that reached its 5th edition in 2014. In 2017 it is organised by the two Madrid universities (UPM and UC3M) and is sponsored by the Chilean Association for Pattern Recognition (ACHiRP) and the Vision and Imaging Professional Network of the (UK) Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) who will publish its proceedings (provided that at least one author registers and presents the work at the conference). Papers deemed to be of the required standard and presented at the conference, will be indexed by INSPEC and, through it, IEEE Xplore. All paper submissions will be submitted via Conftool to be peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. Excellent papers will be invited to submit extended versions for consideration in IET research journals (Computer Vision, Image Processing, Biometrics).
Paper submission timetable:
9 April 2017: Submission of full papers (6 pages)
21 May 2017: Notification of acceptance
4 June 2017: Submission of camera-ready papers
12-13 July 2017: Conference
June 17-21, 2017 Arras (near Paris)
IEA/AIE 2017 continues the tradition of emphasizing applications of applied intelligent systems to solve real-life problems in all areas including engineering, science, industry, automation & robotics, business & nance, medicine and biomedicine, bioinformatics, cyberspace, and human-machine interactions.
Authors are invited to submit their papers in English of up to 10 single spaced pages, presenting the results of original research or innovative practical applications relevant to the conference. Practical experiences with state-of-the-art AI methodologies are also acceptable when they re ect lessons of unique value to the conference attendees. Shorter works, up to 6 pages, to be presented in 10 minutes, may be submitted as short papers representing work in progress or suggesting possible research directions. All paper submissions will be done electronically, as indicated in the instructions on the conference web site. All papers will be peer reviewed and nal copies of papers for inclusion to the conference proceedings will be published in a bound volume by Springer-Verlag (formatting instructions are available at http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html) in their Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series
AEPIA members will be given a $50 discount on registration for the conference.
Paper submission due: Nov 23, 2016
Notification of acceptance: Feb 6, 2017
Final camera ready form: Feb 25, 2017
Conference date: Jun 17-21, 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS:
November 9th-11th, 2016, Porto, Portugal.
Detailed information is available at the conference website: http://www.ijcci.org
The purpose of IJCCI is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners on the areas of Fuzzy Computation, Evolutionary Computation and Neural Computation. IJCCI is composed of three co-located conferences, each specialized in at least one of the aforementioned main knowledge areas:
ECTA - 8th International Conference on Evolutionary Computation Theory and Applications - http://www.ecta.ijcci.org
FCTA - 8th International Conference on Fuzzy Computation Theory and Applications - http://www.fcta.ijcci.org
NCTA - 8th International Conference on Neural Computation Theory and Applications - http://www.ncta.ijcci.org
Regular Paper Submission: June 2, 2016
Regular Paper Authors Notification: July 27, 2016
Regular Paper Camera Ready and Registration: September 19, 2016
November 23-25, 2016, Costa Rica.
This is the leading international symposium where the Ibero-American AI community comes together to share research results and experiences with researchers in Artificial Intelligence from all over the world.
IBERAMIA 2016, the XV edition of IBERAMIA, welcomes submissions on mainstream AI topics, as well as novel cross cutting work in related areas. Main topics may include but are not limited to the following:
Paper submission deadline : May 16th, 2016
Notification : July 15th, 2016
Camera ready papers: August 1st, 2016
Conference Dates: 23-25 November 2016
Workshop Proposals dealine: 1st June 2016