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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Extension of Deadline: KI 2010 - 33rd German Conference on Artificial Intelligence

LAST CALL FOR PAPERS - Deadline Extended
Due to several requests, the submission deadline for KI 2010
has been extended to: May 02, 2010.

                       Updated Call for Papers

              33rd Annual German Conference on
               Artificial Intelligence (KI 2010)

				Karlsruhe, Germany


March 26 , 2010:  Tutorial and Workshop proposals
Mai 02 , 2010:  Paper submission
July 01 , 2010:  Notification of acceptance
July 15  , 2010:   Camera-ready version


The conference invites original research papers from all areas of
AI, its fundamentals
and its applications. Papers emphasizing the relation between AI and
are particularly welcome. Areas of interest include, but are not
limited to

- Bio-inspired AI
- Cognitive Cars
- Cognitive Systems
- Computing with words
- Dealing with uncertainty
- Deduction
- Distributed and decentralized AI
- Engineering and Design of AI systems
- Evolutionary computation
- Explanation-based learning
- Games and interactive entertainment
- Human-level intelligence
- Human-machine-interaction
- Knowledge acquisition
- Knowledge representation
- Machine learning and data-mining
- Memory structures for intelligent systems
- Modeling of cognitive processes
- Model-based systems
- Multimodal interaction and AI
- Natural language processing
- Neural processing
- Ontologies
- Planning and scheduling
- Reasoning
- Robotics
- Search
- Semantic gap
- Swarm intelligence

Proposals for workshops and tutorials are welcome, details are
available on the conference website.


General Chairs: Rdiger Dillmann, Jrgen Beyerer

Program Chairs: Tanja Schultz, Uwe D. Hanebeck

Publicity Chairs: Alex Waibel, Rudi Studer

Exhibition Chair: Heinz Wrn

Local Chair: Fernando Puente Len

Workshop and Tutorial Chair: Marius Zllner, Rainer Stiefelhagen

Program Committee

Michael Beetz (Technische Universitt Mnchen)
Karsten Berns (Technische Universitt Kaiserslautern)
Susanne Biundo (University of UIm)
Christian Freksa (Universitt Bremen)
Joachim Hertzberg (Universitt Osnabrck)
Rainer Malaka (Universitt Bremen)
Bernhard Nebel (University of Freiburg)
Gerhard Rigoll (Technische Universitt Mnchen)
Helge Ritter (Bielefeld University)
Lutz Schrder (DFKI Bremen)