Track 1

Track 1: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Track Chair:
Salima Hassas, University of Lyon (Lyon 1), France

Artificial Intelligence research has produced impressive results in the last years. Both academia and industry are actively working to advance in the long goal of creating sophisticated machines that can perform tasks usually better executed by humans. The methods to produce intelligent systems have been emerged from several sub areas, including search methods, intelligent agents, machine learning, knowledge representation, reasoning, among others. Successful applications areas include computer vision, social media, medicine, finances, linguistics, robotics, etc. We hope that this edition of the track Advances in AI can be a forum where researchers from academia and industry may exchange experience, new techniques, and theoretical advances to contribute in the realization of Artificial Intelligence.
The Track welcomes submissions related to the practical, applied, and theoretical issues related to developing and deploying Artificial Intelligent Systems. Authors are solicited to submit significant, original, complete, and unpublished papers in the following, but not limited to:
Machine Learning (Deep Learning, Reinforcement Learning, Statistical Learning, etc.)
Cognitive Computing / Bio-inspired AI
Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
Problem Solving/Search/ Planning
Multi agent Systems
Constraint Satisfaction
Natural Language Processing
Robotics and perception
Economic paradigms and game theory
Humans-Agents Interactions / Human-Robot Interactions
Self-* systems (self-organisation, self-adaptation, ..)
AI and cloud computing
Ambient Intelligence
AI and Social /Crowd computing
Data Mining/Social network analysis and mining
Social network and emotion/opinion recognition
• Artificial Intelligence Applications in security, sustainability, healthcare, smart cities, medicine, games, among others.

PC members
- Simon Pageaud, LIRIS, University of Lyon 1, France
- Flavien Balbo, ISCOD / Henri Fayol Institute, France
- Emmanuelle Grislin, LAMIH - Universite de Valenciennes, Fance
- Maxime Guériau, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
- Mahdi Zargayouna, Univ Gustave Eiffel, France
- Imen Boukhris, LARODEC - Université de Tunis- ISG Tunis
- Önder Gürcan, CEA, LIST, Laboratory for Trustworthy, Smart, Self-Organizing Information Systems, France
- Olfa Belkahla Driss, University of Manouba, Tunisia
- Sherin Aly, Alexandria University, Egypt
- Dariusz Barbucha, Gdynia Maritime University, Poland
- Tad Gonsalves, Sophia University, Japan
- Alejandro Guerra Universidad Veracruzana
- Esteban Castillo-Juarez buap
- Anne-Magaly Canuto Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte