Communication and Conversation, April 6-9, 2020, St. Mary’s University @AISB_soc


From Dr Yasemin J. Erden, AISB Vice Chair, Senior Lecturer, Philosophy, St Mary’s University

AISB20: Communication and
Conversation, 6 – 9 April 2020, 
St Mary’s University, Twickenham,
London, UK

The society for the study of
Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour (the AISB) annual
convention will be held at St Mary’s University, Twickenham in London, UK from
6 – 9 April 2020. 

This year the theme broadly covers topics in language,
communication and conversation, though there will be a range of symposia
covering a range of topics in philosophy, AI, computing, etc.
The convention will follow the same
overall structure as previous conventions, namely a set of co-located parallel
symposia, as well as invited and plenary lectures and sessions.
Based in leafy Richmond borough, St
Mary’s University has a long and distinguished history. Strawberry Hill House,
located in the University grounds, is Britain’s finest example of Georgian
Gothic Revival architecture (known locally as the Gothic Castle). The institute
benefits from lots of green spaces, whilst being only a short distance from The
Thames, Richmond Park, and central London (we’re just 35 minutes on the train
from Waterloo). You can view a virtual tour of the campus here: https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/contact/virtual-tour.aspx

https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/contact/virtual-tour.aspx

Here is a full list of symposia for the conference.


  • AISB
    AI & Games 2020 (AI&G)
  • 2nd
    Symposium on AI and Robotics Normative Spheres: Towards a Sustainable
    Society and Technology (AIRoNoS)
  • AI
    and Moral Learning (AIML)
  • 7th
    Computational creativity symposium (CC20)
  • First
    AISB Symposium on Conversational AI (SoCAI)
  • Do
    Robots Talk? Philosophical Implications of Describing Human-Machine
    Communication (DoRoTa)
  • Habits
    and rituals in real and virtual societies (H&R)
  • The
    Impact of Anthropomorphism on Human Understanding of Intelligent Systems
    (Anthro2020)
  • Philosophy
    after AI: meaning and understanding (PhAI2020)
  • Overcoming
    Opacity in Machine Learning (Opacity)
  • Representation
    and Reality In Humans, Other Living Organisms and Machines (R&R)
  • Responsibility
    and control: communication and conversation through technology (RACCT)
  • Social
    Interactions in Complex Intelligent Systems (SICIS) 

More information is available here.



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