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Dancing with Pixies?...

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Connection Science

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Notice

AISB miscellaneous Bulletin Item

Artificial Intelligence Journal: Funding Opportunities for Promoting AI Research

http://www.aijd.org/

Artificial Intelligence Journal:
Funding Opportunities for Promoting AI Research

Using funds from the royalties it receives, the AI Journal is pleased
to announce a new opportunity for the AI community to benefit from
these with the aim of promoting AI Research.

In providing this funding (in the order of US0k p.a.), AIJ aims to:

- promote and raise awareness of AI research and practice;

- encourage the timely and widespread dissemination of AI research
  results, techniques, and tools;

- promote interaction and exchange of ideas between AI researchers,
  practitioners, and students;

- promote the exploitation of AI research results, techniques, and
  tools.

For further details, including the application procedure, see

    http://www.aijd.org/

Direct link:

    http://www.ida.liu.se/ext/aijd/funding-final.pdf

This venture supplements the initiative announced in 2008 to allow any
member of the AI community not otherwise able to access the AI journal
to do so for free; for details see http://www.aijd.org/