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Computerised Minds. ...

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Call for Participation – AISB 2017

AISB017The AISB Convention is an annual conference organised by the Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour, covering the range of AI, Machine Learning and Cognitive Science. This year's theme: Society with AI, asked symposia to consider the ethical and social consequences for the changes we are bringing with the introduction of AI products and research. Participation is open to the general public and encouraged across the full range of symposia and all three days. Registration is open: http://aisb2017.cs.bath.ac.uk/registration.html

The 2017 Convention will be held at the University of Bath, UK, with the main symposia running from 19-21th April 2017, and optional activities in the 18th and 22nd. Joanna Bryson, Marina De Vos, and Julian Padget are the 2017 conference chairs

Call for Participation – AISB 2017

AISB2017The AISB Convention is an annual conference organised by the Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour, covering the range of AI, Machine Learning and Cognitive Science. This year's theme: Society with AI, asked symposia to consider the ethical and social consequences for the changes we are bringing with the introduction of AI products and research. Participation is open to the general public and encouraged across the full range of symposia and all three days.

The 2017 Convention will be held at the University of Bath, UK, with the main symposia running from 19-21th April 2017, and optional activities in the 18th and 22nd. Joanna Bryson, Marina De Vos, and Julian Padget are the 2017 conference chairs.

Rose wins the Loebner Prize 2014

After 2 hours of judging at Bletchley Park, 'Rose' by Bruce Wilcox was declared the winner of the annual Loebner Prize contest held in conjunction with the AISB.  The event was filmed live by Sky News and the special guest judge was revealed to be none other than television presenter and broadcaster, James May.  Rose wins a cheque for $4000 and a solid bronze medal.  More detail on the contest can be found here.

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The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB) is the largest Artificial Intelligence Society in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1964, the society has an international membership drawn from both academia and industry. It is a member of the European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence (see ECCAI benefits).

AISB is a thriving learned society which invites membership from people with a serious interest in Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science and related areas. There are six types of membership: student, ordinary, benefactor, patron, corporate and institutional. The society hosts an annual convention. Members of the Society receive a quarterly newsletter AISBQ which includes short reports on current AI and Cognitive Science research. Members are also entitled to discounts to the ECAI conference.

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The Relationship between the AISB (learned society) and the AISB (limited company)

The following terms used in the memorandum and articles of association of the AISB (company) are to be understood in the following fashion as relates to the AISB (learned society).

  • The members of the Company are the committee members of the Society.
  • The Annual General Meeting of the Company is the society committee meeting preceding the society Annual General Meeting. This takes place during the winter term shortly before the Annual Convention though neither is specified as such anywhere.
  • All society committee meetings are general meetings of the Company.
  • Therefore regulations in the memorandum concerning the calling of (annual) general meetings, proxy voting etc. apply to Society Committee meetings even if not explicitly mentioned as such in the Society Constitution. The regulations governing committee meetings in the constitution count as bye-laws governing the conduct of Company general meetings. If at any point the regulations turn out to be in conflict then it will be necessary to distinguish between resolutions agreed by the Company and those agreed by the Society committee.
  • The Directors of the Company are those persons registered as such with Companies' House (currently - Jan 2006 - that is the Chair, Vice-Chair and Treasurer of the Society but this need not be the case). The secretary of the Company is the person registered as such with Companies' House (currently - Jan 2006 - that is the secretary of the Society but this need not be the case). Regulations applying to the appointment and removal of directors therefore can apply separately to those for Society Officers, if necessary, although it is clearly preferable if the link can be maintained.
  • It should be noted that it is the Company that owns the AISB bank account and therefore the Company that gets any final say in terms of budgeting.