Institute for Logic, Language and Computation

21 September 2017, 3L workshop: Language, Learning, Logic, London, England

Date: Thursday 21 September 2017
Location: London, England
Deadline: Sunday 10 September 2017

There is widespread agreement that AI has grown over the years into a fragmented landscape of sub-disciplines with a narrow focus. Specialisation has certainly facilitated great advances within the sub-disciplines and AI overall, but fragmentation has created a silos mentality which hinders cross-fertilisation and further advancements within AI.

This workshop will bring together researchers from three broad AI areas, namely natural language processing (NLP), machine learning (ML) and logic-based symbolic AI, to discuss and explore opportunities for cross-fertilisation centered around NLP. The workshop also aims at discussing and identifying possible directions for future research at the intersection of NLP, ML and symbolic AI.

To attend and give a presentation, please submit a 2-page abstract of your intended presentation via Easy Chair. To attend without presenting, please submit a half-page summary of your research interests and previous (relevant) research, also via Easy Chair.

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