Second International Conference
Cognitive Science - Approaches and Results towards Artificial Intelligence
June 26 - July 09, 2017, Varna (Bulgaria)
Aims and Scope
The conference is centered on approaches and results obtained though the study of Cognition and Consciousness, their interpretation and application towards Artificial Intelligence.
Topics of the conference
Research, models in Cognitive Science as well as applications are welcomed.
The topics of interest include but are not limited to:
― Mental representations and mental operations;
― Learning and Memory;
― Perception in humans, animals, and machines (vision and machine vision, auditory perception, etc.);
― Natural language (psycholinguistics, language acquisition, conceptualization, meaning, etc.) and Natural Language Processing;
― Emotions and emotion recognition;
― Sentiment analyses;
― Cognition and Consciousness;
― Social cognition and consciousness;
― Rethinking intelligence, including artificial.
This large spectrum includes results and models in cognitive science, cognitive neuroscience, biometrics, brain imaging etc. as well as developed applications in neurocomputing, signal processing, pattern recognition, brain-computer interfaces, biometric technologies for human identification, models of society and human behavior etc.
Velina Slavova, Department of Computer Science, New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria
Krassimir Markov, Department of Informational Modelling, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics at BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria
Philip Andonov Department of Computer Science, New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria Dimitar Atanasov Department of Computer Science, New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria Jenny Benois-Pinaut UFR Mathematiques et Informatique Universite Bordeaux, France Entcho Gerganov Department of Cognitive Science and Psychology, New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria Maurice Grinberg Department of Cognitive Science and Psychology, New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria Borislav L. Gueorguiev Southeast European Center for Semiotic Studies, New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria Iiro P. Jaaskelainen Department of Biomedical Engineering and Computational Science, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland Fernando Luis-Ferreira Department of Electrical Engineering, New University of Lisbon, Portugal Christophe Paoli Department of Computer Engineering, Galatasaray Universitesi and UMR CNRS 6134 (France), Istanbul, Turkey Ekaterina Pechenkova Research Institute of Neuropsychology of Speech and Writing, Moscow, Russia Hichem Sahli ETRO-Audio-Visual Signal Processing , Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium Albert Ali Salah Department of Computer Engineering, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Engineering Research Labs, FCIS, Ain Shams University Abbasia, Cairo, Egypt Hussein Samani Institute for Cognitive Sciences Studies, Tehrān, Iran Alona Soschen Chief Scientist cognitive linguistics, Amerge Software Inc., Otawwa, Canada Vassil Vassilev School of Computing, London Metropolitan University, London, UK
The official language of the Conference is English.
Papers and Fees
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