Welcome to AIC'2016
The Artificial Intelligence Conference (AIC'2016) will take place in Barcelona, Spain, March 18-20, 2016.
AIC'2016 will include a technical program consisting of presentations of research papers, invited keynote speakers, and tutorials describing
the state-of-the-art in artificial intelligence.
AIC'2016 invites papers that present original work in all areas of Artificial Intelligence, either theoretical or applied. The conference proceedings will be published with ISBN in the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series.
Expanded versions of selected papers representing significant and mature work will be invited to a special issue of Computational Intelligence. AIC'2016 will be assessed in a rigorous reviewing procedure. Standard assessment criteria for research papers will apply to all submissions (relevance, originality, significance, technical quality, evaluation, presentation). Papers proposing formal or computational models should provide examples and/or simulations that show the models’ applicability to a realistic legal problem or domain. Papers on applications should describe clearly the underlying motivations, the techniques employed, and the current state of both implementation and evaluation. All papers should make clear their relation to prior work.
AI 2015 is part of the 2016 AIC/MAC/BDCE Conference, a confederation of three leading conferences: Artificial Intelligence Conference 2016, Mobiles Applications Conference 2016, and Big Data and Cloud Engineering.
A single registration will let you attend any session in the three conferences, which will be scheduled in parallel tracks
The field serves as an excellent setting for AIC'2016 researchers to demonstrate the application of their work in a rich, real-world domain.
The conference also serves as a venue for researchers to showcase their work on the theoretical foundations of computational models of law. Accordingly,
authors are invited to submit papers on a broad spectrum of research topics that include, but are not restricted to:
- Formal and computational models of legal reasoning, including argumentation, evidential reasoning, and decision making
- Legal reasoning in multi-agent systems
- Knowledge acquisition techniques for the legal domain, including natural language processing and data mining
- Legal knowledge representation including legal ontologies and common sense knowledge
- Automatic legal text classification and summarization
- Automated information extraction from legal databases and texts
- Data mining applied to the legal domain
- Conceptual or model-based legal information retrieval
- E-government, e-democracy and e-justice
- Modeling norms for multi-agent systems
- Modeling negotiation and contract formation
- Online dispute resolution
- Intelligent legal tutoring systems
- Intelligent support systems for the legal domain
- Interdisciplinary applications of legal informatics methods and systems