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Subject:

CfP: EMOTIONAL AND INTELLIGENT II

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Nigel Gilbert <[log in to unmask]>

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Nigel Gilbert <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 11 Mar 2001 19:12:16 +0000

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Please distribute as appropriate -- thanks!
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                         CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS


    EMOTIONAL AND INTELLIGENT II: THE TANGLED KNOT OF SOCIAL COGNITION

           American Association for Artificial Intelligence
                      2001 Fall Symposium Series
   Sea Crest Conference Center, North Falmouth, MA, November 2-4, 2001


                 Submission deadline: March 30, 2001



   According to some theories, emotions come into play as soon as we
   consider individuals in interaction with their social environment. For
   some researchers, emotions are at the very heart of what being social
   means.  In the last years, the AI community has echoed the importance
   of emotions in social interactions in a growing number of
   applications: expressive and social robots, animated and storytelling
   characters with "feelings", expressive interfaces, systems for
   human-computer emotional interaction, etc. This symposium proposes a
   multi-disciplinary framework where researchers can exchange ideas and
   reflect on the motivations, scientific grounds, and practical
   consequences of these efforts.

   The symposium investigates the role of emotions in grounding inter-personal
   behaviors and social cognition, from the perspective of both, the
   individual and the collectivity. The main focus is on natural and
   artificial agents (in all sorts of embodiments) in social environments,
   and on the possibilities for cross-fertilization between research
   in artificial emotions and studies of emotions in animals and
   humans. Contributions on emotions in individual agents are also
   welcomed, but authors should state how their work is relevant from the
   perspective of social interactions and cognition.

   Submissions are sought regarding, among others, the following issues,
   in artificial or in biological systems embedded in a social
   environment:

   - Synthesizing, expressing, and eliciting emotions
   - Perceiving other's and own's emotions, perceiving the others
   through emotions
   - Embodiment and biological aspects of emotions
   - Emotions in (social) cognition and learning
   - Developmental and cultural perspectives of emotions
   - Intra- and inter-individual regulation in social interactions,
   - Emotion and motivation in adaptation and behavior
   - Genes and Intelligence/Genes and Behavior: The molecular basis of
   intelligence and emotion
   - Origins, evolution, and emergence of emotional phenomena
   - Emotions, communication, and language
   - Emotional disorders, emotions and social interactions in therapy
   - Philosophical aspects
   - Applications

   Contributions from fields other than AI, ALife, and robotics (e.g.,
   arts, biology, ethology, humanities, neurosciencies, philosophy,
   psychology, social sciences), are also strongly encouraged.

   Interaction among participants will be fostered, and ample time will
   be devoted to discussions. Presentations will be short and organized
   around particular topics. Poster sessions will allow for more detailed
   and technical discussions.

More information about the symposium can be obtained from
http://www.lri.fr/~lola/ei-fs01.html


Submission Information:
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Potential participants who would wish to present their work at the
symposium should submit a short paper (up to 5000 words) or extended
abstract (1500 to 2500 words). Contributions should describe work in
progress, completed work, positions, or give significant insight into
the current state or perspectives of research in artificial, animal,
or human emotions in social settings. Other potential participants
should send a statement of interest (one page), briefly describing their
work and their interest in the symposium.

Please send your contributions by e-mail (ASCII or URL from which your
contribution can be downloaded are preferred; otherwise attached PDF,
UNIX-compatible postscript, or RTF file), to the symposium chair:

Lola Dolores Canamero
E-mail: [log in to unmask]

Address until March 15:

LRI, Bat. 490
Universite Paris-XI
F-91405 Orsay Cedex, France
Phone: +33-1-69.15.42.18
Fax: +33-1-69.15.65.86

Address after March 15:

Senior Lecturer, Adaptive Systems Research Group
Department of Computer Science
University of Hertfordshire
College Lane, Hatfield
Hertfordshire AL10 9AB
United Kingdom
Fax: +44-1707-284-303


Important dates:
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March 30, 2001: Submissions due
May 15: Notification to authors
August 24: Camera-ready papers and electronic abstracts due
November 2-4: Symposium dates


Organizing Committee:
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Cynthia Breazeal (MIT, USA)
Lola D. Canamero, Chair (University Paris-XI, France; [log in to unmask])
Kerstin Dautenhahn (University of Hertfordshire, UK)
Philippe Gaussier (ENSEA, France)
Eva Hudlicka (Psychometrix, USA)
Susanne Kaiser (University of Geneva, Switzerland)
Andrew Ortony (Northwestern University, USA)
Paolo Petta (OEFAI, Austria)
Rosalind Picard (MIT, USA)
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__________________________________________________________________________
Professor Nigel Gilbert, FREng, AcSS, Pro Vice-Chancellor and
Professor of Sociology, University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 7XH, UK.
+44 (0)1483 259173

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