27.3542, Calls: Computational Linguistics/Russia

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Subject: 27.3542, Calls: Computational Linguistics/Russia

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Date: Thu, 08 Sep 2016 14:44:29
From: Tatiana Lando [tatiana.lando at gmail.com]
Subject: Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language

Full Title: Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language 
Short Title: AINL 

Date: 11-Nov-2016 - 12-Nov-2016
Location: St.Petersburg, Russia 
Contact Person: Lidya Pivovarova
Meeting Email: ainlconf2016 at gmail.com
Web Site: http://ainlconf.ru/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 15-Sep-2016 

Meeting Description:

The 5th conference on Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language invites
everybody interested in intellectual technologies, both from academic
institutes and innovative companies. The conference aimed to bring together
experts in the areas of language processing, speech technologies, dialogue
systems, information retrieval, artificial intelligence and robotics; to
create a platform for sharing experience, extending contacts and searching for
possible collaboration.

The AINL series has been organized since 2012 and has developed a set of
distinctive features: 

- A strong practical focus: industrial talks and product demonstrations are an
essential part of the conference program
- An interactive component: the conference programs includes a number of
workshops and panel discussions, as well as a poster session and other
interactive forums.
- An encouraging attitude towards students and researchers in the early stage
of their careers.

All together, this makes AINL a nice get-together opportunity.

Conference Topics:

- Natural Language Processing
- Artificial Intelligence
- Information Retrieval
- Social Media and Social Network Analysis
- Speech Generation and Recognition, Spoken language processing 
- Human-Computer Interfaces, Dialogue systems 
- Linked Data and Semantic Web
- Context Analysis, Big Data and Data Mining
- Plagiarism Detection, Author Profiling and Authorship Detection

AINL-2016 Highlights:

- Special section on Business Intelligence
- Shared Task on Russian Paraphrase Detection

Call for Participation:

Research Papers: 

We accept Full Papers (min 6, max 12 pages) and Short Papers (min 1, max 4
pages). Full papers should describe original, complete, previously unpublished
research; these papers will be presented during the conference as oral
presentations. Short Papers describe research in progress and will be
presented as posters or demos. All submitted papers will be peer reviewed. All
papers will be reviewed by at least 3 members of the program committee. This
year we will use a double-blind review scheme.

Accepted and presented full and short papers will be published in AINL
proceeding.  Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference
proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and
Indexing (A&I) databases.  Selected full papers will be recommended for CPCI
indexing (Web of Science). Accepted short papers are internal publications on
the conference and the corresponding papers will not be sent for publication
to external databases, nor included in indexes.

Submission is organized via Easy Chair:

At least one author for each accepted paper must register for the conference
and present the paper.

Industrial Session:

We organize a number of industrial talks and interactive demonstration. To
participate, submit a 1 page description of your talk/demonstration via email:
ainlconf2016 at gmail.com. 

The submissions will be evaluated by the organizing committee.

Important Dates:

Short paper submission deadline: 15 September 2016
Full paper submission deadline: 15 September 2016
Notification of  acceptance for full and short papers: 15 October 2016
Camera-ready submission deadline: 26 October 2016
Industrial submission deadline: 26 October 2016
Notification for industrial submissions: 1 November 2016
Conference: 11-12 November 2016


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