[Lyon-hackerspace] Fwd: [AUP CS/ICT Alumni, Students, and Friends] Some of you might find this of interest:

Damien Clauzel damien at clauzel.eu
Dim 7 Oct 22:42:49 CEST 2012


Puisque vous parlez de concours d’IA… 😉

Damien

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> De : "Georgi Stojanov" <notification+ya5awakx at facebookmail.com>
> Objet : [AUP CS/ICT Alumni, Students, and Friends] Some of you might find this of interest:
> Date : 7 octobre 2012 22:25:38 HAEC
> À : "AUP CS/ICT Alumni, Students, and Friends" <2203531480 at groups.facebook.com>
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> Georgi Stojanov a publié dans AUP CS/ICT Alumni, Students, and Friends
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> Georgi Stojanov	7 octobre 22:25
> Some of you might find this of interest:
> 
> FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS
> A Symposium on 
> Creativity and (Early) Cognitive Development: A perspective from Artificial Creativity, Developmental AI and Robotics
> 
> 
> Cross-domain general creativity is arguably a uniquely human faculty. From the child who constructs a new toy using old and broken ones, to the scientist who works out a theory that makes a profound impact on human civilization, the process invariably evokes the feelings of surprise, astonishment, and wonder. Though we may understand what creativity is at an intuitive level, it has turned out to be difficult to define formally and explore scientifically.
> 
> Some researchers of creativity make a distinction between Historical-creativity and Psychological-creativity. H-creativity is a subset of P-creativity and is about exceptional, and original creative endeavor in a particular society. P-creativity is about small creative deeds that are probably new only to the individual performing them. We hypothesize that these two share the same basic cognitive mechanisms. Further, we hypothesize that creative perception (appreciating the artifact) involves the same mechanisms that are responsible for generating creative artifacts. Moreover, these mechanisms can also be observed during cognitive development: a constant re-conceptualization of one’s understanding of one’s environment in the process of agent-environment interaction, maturation, and education. If this is accepted, then it suggests that by exercising and stimulating creative perception we can also strengthen the ability to generate creative ideas and artifacts.
> 
> The goal of this symposium is to explore this framework and its implications for various aspects of creativity. The target audiences for this symposium are researchers from Artificial Creativity, Developmental Psychology, and Developmental Robotics.
> 
> Topics related but not limited to:
> 
> H-creativity vs. P-creativity: qualitative or quantitative distinction
> Reasoning by analogy and creativity
> Creativity research in early infancy
> Analogy research in early infancy
> Pretense play and creativity
> Atypical cognitive development and creativity
> Computational models of creative leaps
> Computational models of creativity via analogy
> 
> Format of symposium: Brief presentations (15-20 max, followed by Q&A), posters, a panel discussion.
> 
> Important dates: 
> 
> NEW DEADLINE October 19, 2012: Submissions due to organizers
> November 15, 2012: Notifications of acceptance sent by organizers
> 
> January 18, 2013: Accepted camera-ready copy due to AAAI. 
> 
> 
> Submissions:
> 
> Short papers (2 pages or ca. 2000 words), regular papers (3 to 6 pages ca. from 3000 to 6000 words), or posters as PDF files; 
> Please follow AAAI style guidelineshttp://www.aaai.org/Publications/Author/author.php 
> 
> 
> How to Submit ?
> 
> Via email attachment to:
> Georgi Stojanov (chair)
> gstojanov at aup.edu
> 
> And to:
> Bipin Indurkhya (chair)
> bipin at agh.edu.pl
> 
> please see full addresses below and on the symposium site.
> 
> Organizing Committee
> 
> Georgi Stojanov (chair)
> The American University of Paris
> 147, rue de Grenelle
> 75007 Paris
> France
> gstojanov at aup.edu
> 
> Bipin Indurkhya (chair)
> International Institute of Technology,
> Hyderabad (India)
> 
> AGH University of Science and Technologyal
> Mickiewicz 30, 30-059 Cracow (Poland)
> bipin at agh.edu.pl
> 
> Mohammad Majid al-Rifaie (member)
> Department of Computing,
> Goldsmiths' College
> University of London,
> London SE14 6NW, UK
> m.majid at gold.ac.uk
> 
> Matthew Schlesinger (member)
> 1125 Lincoln Drive - MC 6502
> SIU in Carbondale | Carbondale, Illinois 62901
> matthews at siu.edu
> 
> Goran Trajkovski (member)
> School of Computer Information Systems and Online Education
> Virginia International University
> 3957 Pender Dr. Fairfax, VA 22030
> goran.trajkovski at gmail.com
> Giovanni Vincenti, D.Sc. (member)
> Department of Computer and Information Sciences
> Towson University
> Towson, MD 21252
> giovanni.vincenti at gmail.com
> 
> URL
> https://sites.google.com/site/ccdev2013/home
> AAAI Press Author Instructions
> www.aaai.org
> AAAI advances the understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and th...
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