CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC SGAI would like to hold our 40th anniversary conference face-to-face in Cambridge, as usual. However, at this time it is very difficult to predict how the public health risk will have developed by then. Unless we are confident that it will be safe to go ahead, we will switch to a virtual event, with an appropriate reduction in registration fees. We are currently drawing up contingency plans for this possibility, including a new facility for enabling interaction between authors of poster papers and delegates. Publication of the proceedings by Springer will not be affected and both full and short (poster) papers will be published as usual.
The online paper submission system is now open
Full papers - up to 14 pages.
Short (Poster) papers - up to 6 pages.
Short papers are a forum for disseminating new developments and latest work in progress, especially suited to PhD students.
Both full and short papers will be
fully refereed to a high professional standard and
included in the published proceedings.
Monday 14th December 2020
FAIRS'20 - the Forum for AI Research Students
Free to all research students
Tuesday December 15th 2020 Workshops - including the twenty-fifth UK CBR Workshop
Report on Panel Session at AI-2019
Paper Submission: July 3rd 2020 - Extended to Monday July 20th
Notification of Acceptance: September 3rd 2020; Camera Ready Paper: September 17th 2020.
AI-2020 is the fortieth Annual International Conference of the British Computer Society's Specialist
Group on Artificial Intelligence (SGAI), which will be held in the
attractive surroundings of Peterhouse
College in Cambridge.
This is the leading series of UK-based international conferences on Artificial Intelligence and the longest running AI conference series in Europe.
Further information about
the conference will be placed here as it becomes available.
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