AISB Convention 2015

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AISB YouTube Channel

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Lighthill Debates

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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

new association: CADILLAC, Copenhagen Association for Dynamics, Interaction, Logic, Language And Computation

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! C.A.D.I.L.L.A.C !
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 	 CADILLAC - Copenhagen Association for Dynamics, Interaction, Logic, Language and 
Computation [] CADILLAC is a loose association of logicians, 
computer scientists, linguists and philosophers based in the greater Copenhagen area. The 
association aims to provide an informal forum for the growing interest in a cluster of related 
topics, such as:

 	* Social and formal epistemology and their links with tools such as game theory.
 	* The dynamics of information and how to model it using temporal, epistemic and other logics.
 	* The use of AI paradigms such as planning and logic programming to capture aspects of 
cognition and interaction.

 	We are also interested in foundational themes from linguistics (particularly pragmatics) 
and philosophy (for example, the work of Paul Grice and David Lewis).

 	The association is new and mostly made up of students and researchers from universities 
in and around Copenhagen. The aim is to hold meetings, seminars and reading groups, and to 
disseminate information about meetings on relevant topics via this website and the CADILLAC 
mailing list (for a list of previous and upcoming CADILLAC events see here [/cadillac-news.html] ).