Canadian AI Industry Track: Call for Communication
Canadian AI 2018 invites industry researchers, developers, entrepreneurs and emerging startups to take part in the upcoming Industry Track of the 31st International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, in Toronto, Ontario.
The focus for this track will be AI in Industry: Challenges in Real-Life Products. The track will have two types of submissions, to allow the businesses or industry researchers to demonstrate and discuss usage of AI in real-life products:
- A 15 minute presentation of a use case followed by 5 minutes of questions, as part of a session on an industry topic.
- A 45 minute roundtable to exchange on the topic of applied AI science to the industry followed by 15 minutes of questions.
As industrial contributor, you will have the opportunity to share your experience and get insight from the global network of academic experts and researchers.
The proposal must include the following:
- Talk title
- Name of the presenter and the company
- Summary (max. 100 words): for the AI 2018 website
- Description (max. 300 words): Detailed outline, for review
- Topics of Interest
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Case-based Reasoning
- Cognitive Models
- Data Mining
- Deep Learning
- Information Extraction
- Information Retrieval
- Knowledge Representation
- Question Answering
- Robotics & Bots
- Web Applications
Submission deadline: Jan. 8, 2018 extended to Jan. 15, 2018
Author notification: Feb. 13, 2018
Final papers due: Feb. 26, 2018
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference.
The focus will be AI in Industry: Challenges in Real-Life Products. Two types of submissions are welcomed: to allow the businesses or industry researchers to demonstrate and discuss usage of AI in real-life products.
Dates & Venue
Canadian AI 2018: Tuesday May 8, 2018 to Friday May 11, 2018
The conference will be held at York University in the Greater Toronto Area at York, Ontario Canada.
Don Turnbull, PhD.