The Modern Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science conference traditionally serves as a small but vital forum in the wide range of endeavors that relate to Machine Intelligence and Cognitive Science. Faculty, researchers, and students can test out ideas, report results, and learn what other people are doing in related fields. You can describe your own interesting research in progress. Graduate students and junior faculty are especially encouraged to submit papers. All submitted papers are peer reviewed for the proceedings publication and conference presentations, and reviewers are encouraged to provide helpful guidance to beginning authors. MAICS provides a friendly complement to more specialized conferences, while fostering quality scholarship.
This year's theme is Hybrid Human/Machine Reasoning. A special track will be created for papers focusing on human reasoning, machine reasoning, and work allowing the two to complement and augment, rather than replace, each other. This is an active area in cognitive science, AI, and many recent funding areas. Keynote speakers specializing in this theme will be invited. Submissions are not, however, required to fit this theme.
Please download the call for papers here.
We invite submissions centered around, but not limited to:
The conference will be held in Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW)'s beautiful Steel Dynamics Keith E. Busse Alumni Center, adjacent to IPFW's main campus and across the street from the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. The Holiday Inn-IPFW & Coliseum Hotel is right next door. A block of rooms have been reserved at the Holiday Inn. To book a room at the Holiday Inn under our discounted conference rate ($112), you must make your reservations by April 1, 2017. You can either click here, or contact the hotel directly at (260) 482-3800 between 9 am and 5 pm EST. Please be sure to ask for the IPFW – Cognitive Science Symposium group block or block code CSS.
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Thanks to generous support by the IPFW Office of Academic Affairs and Institute for Research, Scholarship, and Creative Endeavors, we will be able to offer a limited number of grants to support travel and lodging expenses for students and faculty. Applications are now closed. The deadline was Sunday, March 26.
Registration is now open! To register, please follow these instructions:
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