Best Paper Award: Yue Dong & Nathalie Japkowicz, "Threaded Ensembles of Supervised and Unsupervised Neural Networks for Stream Learning"
2016 PhD Dissertation Award: Tian Lu, "Group Decision Making with Partial Preferences"
2016 Master's Thesis Award: Kurt Routley, "A Markov Game Model for Valuing Player Actions in Ice Hockey"
Distinguished Service Award: Daniel L. Silver
Registration is open through the AI/GI/CRV joint site: http://aigicrv.org/aigicrv2016/registration.html
The conference proceedings are now accessible online for a limited time, at https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-319-34111-8.
The 29th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence will be held from May 31st to June 3rd 2016 in Victoria, BC, on the west coast of Canada. The event is collocated with the Canadian Graphics Interface and the Computer and Robot Vision conferences. These events will bring together hundreds of leaders in research, industry, and government, as well as Canada's most accomplished students, to showcase Canada's ingenuity, innovation and leadership in intelligent systems and advanced information and communications technology.
We welcome novel papers on all aspects of AI, either theoretical or applied. The proceedings will be published in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series, and selected papers will be invited to a special issue of Computational Intelligence. All submissions will go through a double-blind review process. Submitted papers must be formatted using the Springer LNCS style and not exceed 12 pages for long papers or 6 pages for short papers.
Canada has a very active research community in many aspects of artificial intelligence, as well as a large number of companies where AI plays a central role. This conference is an opportunity for researchers from academia and industry, both from within Canada and from around the world, to come together to share ideas and foster relationships. The conference will be held in the historic and beautiful city of Victoria, also known as the Garden City. Come for the interesting papers and stimulating conversations set in some of Canada’s most beautiful gardens, parks, and historic buildings!
For additional information, visit also the joint 2016 AI/GI/CRV website.
The CANVAS2016 visual analytics summer school will follow the AI/GI/CRV Conference at the University of Victoria, 3-5 June 2016. We welcome graduate students who are attending the AI/GI/CRV conference. We can offer accommodation at UVic for those who chose to attend. The cost for the students will be $50 (this cost is highly subsidized by the summer school sponsors).
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