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AISB YouTube Channel

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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: MICAI 2008: Artifiical Intelligence

www.MICAI.org/2008

MICAI 2008: 7th Mexican International Conference on
             ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

                www.MICAI.org/2008

October 27 to 31, Mexico City, Mexico

Proceedings: Springer LNAI, IEEE, and special issues of journals

Submission deadline: May 5 (abstract); May 12 (full paper)


                CALL FOR PAPERS


GENERAL INFORMATION 

Topics of interest include all areas of Artificial Intelligence. Poster
session, workshops, tutorials, and cultural events are planned.

The recent MICAI events (2005, 2006, 2007) received around 450 submissions
from over 40 countries each. The acceptance rate (oral session) was around
26%. Among keynote speakers were John McCarthy, Tom Mitchell, Ronald Yager,
and Pedro Domingos, to name just a few. There were over 500 attendees.


PROCEEDINGS AND SUBMISSION

Papers accepted for oral session will be published by Springer in LNAI:
Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Poster session papers will
be published separately. Special issues of journals are anticipated.

Submissions are received via webpage; see guidelines there. By May 5,
only abstract is to be registered; the full text is due by May 12.


IMPORTANT DATES

May 5: Registration of abstracts.
May 12: Uploading of full text of registered papers.
June 24: Acceptance notification.
August 11: Camera-ready and payment deadline.


CONTACT

General inquiries: micai2008 at MICAI dot org; see www.MICAI.org/2008.