AISB/IACAP World Congress

July 2, 2012 - July 6, 2012
University of Birmingham

Birmingham
United Kingdom

Keynote speakers:

Colin Allen
Indiana University
Luciano Floridi
University of Hertfordshire
Aaron Sloman
University of Birmingham
Stephen Wolfram
Wolfram Research

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AISB and IACAP are delighted to be joining forces to run the AISB/IACAP World Congress in 2012. The Congress serves both as the year's AISB Convention and the year's IACAP conference.  The Congress has been inspired by a desire to honour Alan Turing and by the broad and deep significance of Turing's work to AI, to the philosophical ramifications of computing, and to philosophy and computing more generally. The Congress is one of the events forming the Alan Turing Year.

The intent of the Congress is to stimulate a particularly rich interchange between AI and Philosophy on any areas of mutual interest, whether directly addressing Turing's own research output or not.

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The congress will host symposia (tracks) on the following topics:

  1. Mathematical Practice and Cognition II
  2. Hypercomputation and Artificial Intelligence
  3. Computing, Philosophy and the Question of Bio-Machine Hybrids: 4th AISB Symposium on Computing and Philosophy
  4. Computational Philosophy
  5. Turing Arts Symposium
  6. AI & Games (THIS SYMPOSIUM HAS BEEN CANCELLED)
  7. Revisiting Turing and his Test: Comprehensiveness, Qualia, and the Real World
  8. Linguistic and Cognitive Approaches To Dialog Agents (LaCATODA 2012)
  9. History and Philosophy of Programming
  10. Philosophy of Computer Science: PoC Meets AI and Law (Roundtable Discussion)
  11. Social Computing - Social Cognition - Social Networks and Multiagent Systems
  12. Understanding and Modelling Collective Phenomena (UMoCoP)
  13. Framework for Responsible Research and Innovation in AI
  14. The Machine Question: AI, Ethics, and Moral Responsibility
  15. Moral Cognition & Theory of Mind
  16. Natural and Unconventional Computing
  17. Information and Computer Ethics in The Age of Information Revolution
  18. Nature-Inspired Computing and Applications: 1st Symposium (NICA)

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