Friday, October 15, 2010

22nd Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Luxembourg

The 22nd Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence will take place in Luxembourg from 25 to 26 October 2010.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is often defined as the machine intelligence and the branch of computer science involved in its creation. Research in the field is technical and highly specialised. This has led to wide variations in the development of tools and research approaches.

In the past two decades, artificial intelligence has seen some significant achievements, especially in logistics, data mining and medical diagnosis. These advances have been the result of such factors as increased computing power, a greater emphasis on solving specific sub-problems, the creation of new ties between AI and other fields and work in solid mathematical methods and rigorous scientific standards.

Topics at the event are set to include:
- AI for ambient intelligence, games and entertainment;
- embodied artificial intelligence;
- intelligent agents and multi-agent systems;
- knowledge management and knowledge-based systems;
- logic in AI;
- natural language processing;
- speech and image processing and understanding;
- cognitive modeling;
- reinforcement learning;
- planning and scheduling;
- AI in law, music, art, education, tutoring, medicine, bioinformatics, software, e-commerce, logistics, robotics, and other business and industry applications.
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