CARE@AI2016 - The Eighth International Workshop on Collaborative Agents Research & Development

CARE for a Smarter Society

GENERAL CHAIRS

 

  • Dr. Fernando Koch ^, Korea University, South Korea

  • Dr. Tiago Primo, Samsung Research Institute, Brazil

  • Dr. Christian Guttmann, UNSW, Australia & IVBAR, Sweden & Karolinska Institute, Sweden 

  • Dr. Andrew Koster, IIIA-CSIC, Spain

  • Dr. Yeunbae Kim, Korea University, South Korea

Being promoted as "Joint Workshop on Time Series Analytics and Collaborative Agents Research & Development
In conjunction with the 29th Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI 2016).
Monday, December 5th, 2016. Wrest Point Hotel, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. 
WORKSHOP SUMMARY

 

Being promoted as "Joint Workshop on Time Series Analytics and Collaborative Agents Research & Development" (see site)

Monday, December 5th, 2016. Wrest Point Hotel, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. 

"CARE for a Smarter Society" intended to discuss computational models, social computing, and intelligence applied to practical solutions for a Smarter Society. We seek a research agenda to foment the idealization of new technologies, integration of academia-industry research endeavors, and lead to new industry opportunities.

 

The discussion focuses on socially relevant topics like smart cities, education, health, citizen participation, disaster support, community engagement, social simulation, and others. The drive is to promote a scientific discussion addressing the gap between R&D around disruptive technologies -- e.g. Multi-Agent Systems, AI, Social Computing, Cognitive Computing, Human-centered IoT --  and practical applications to social issues. The discussion will revolve around the following topics (non-exhaustive list):

  • Computational models, representations, algorithms and protocols to enable the next generation of intelligent collaborative technologies.

  • Application of currently disruptive technologies to the next generation social-centered solutions.

  • Technologies for the next generation of Social Analytics systems in Smarter Societies.

  • Enabling effective communication infrastructure for collaborative society.

  • Frameworks for monitoring-recognition-intervention in practical scenarios like education, health, and smart cities.

  • Models of Adaptive Applications and Adjustable Content reactive to Social Behaviour.