The workshop on
Artificial and Human Intelligence is oganised as part of ECAI 2020,
the 24th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Europe’s premier AI Research venue
(ECAI 2020 - http://ecai2020.eu). ECAI 2020 is
held at the city of Santiago de Compostela, Spain. The workshop will be held as a two-day event.
Artificial and Human Intelligence research addresses the formal & cognitive foundations for human-centred computing, and the human-centred design, development, and usability of cognitive technologies aimed at human-in-the-loop assistance & empowerment in decision-making, planning, creative-technical problem-solving, and automation.
The workshop features invited and contributed research advancing the formal and cognitive foundations of human-centred computing particularly from the viewpoints of theories and methods developed within the fields of:
Application domains being addressed include, but are not limited to:
Technical Focus   /   Human-Centred Computing (HCC). Formal and Cognitive Foundations.
The principal emphasis of the workshop is on:
the formal and computational foundations of AI and Cognitive Technologies with a principal emphasis on human-centred knowledge representation, semantics, commonsense reasoning, integration of reasoning & learning, and visuospatial representation and reasoning. A particular focus is on integrated commonsense reasoning & learning about space and motion in human-scale embodied multimodal interaction.
behavioural / empirical methods in cognitive science & psychology and neuroscience aimed at investigating human intelligence from the viewpoints of embodiment, multimodal interaction, and visuospatial thinking. A special emphasis of the workshop is on visuospatial cognition and computation, e.g., in the backdrop of aspects pertaining to visual perception, high-level event perception, motion, and narrative-driven perceptual sensemaking.
Particular themes of high interest solicited by the workshop include:
The workshop particularly emphasises:  (i). ``In-the-wild'' ecologically valid naturalistic (embodied multimodal interaction)
settings;  (ii). Bottom-up
interdisciplinarity, e.g., combining methods in AI and cognitive psychology; and  (iii)
. Design-thinking as a
human-centred perspective for
engineering (``usable'') cognitive technologies aiming to assist, empower, and augment human capability.
We welcome contributions addressing the workshop themes from formal, cognitive, computational, engineering, empirical, psychological, and philosophical perspectives. Select indicative topics include:
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS. Submitted papers must be formatted according to ECAI 2020 guidelines (details here: ECAI 2020 guidelines). Contributions may be submitted as:
WORKSHOP 2020  |  CHAIR
Contact:   Please direct all inquiries to Mehul Bhatt via email at  >  [ mehul.bhatt AT oru.se ]
(To be announced)