3rd International Workshop on Human-Like Computing HLC2022 @ IJCLR
Human-Like Computing (HLC) research aims to endow machines with human-like perceptual, reasoning and learning abilities which support collaboration and communication with human beings. Such abilities should support computers in interpreting the aims and intentions of humans based on learning and accumulated background knowledge to help identify contexts and cues from human behaviour. Techniques of this kind are required in applications in which close interactions are required between computers and human users. The workshop aim is to bring together leading experts in AI and Cognitive Science to investigate areas of fruitful interaction in which human co-operative and communicative skills can be studied and modelled computationally. While many of these issues have been prominent for some time in symbolic AI, we are yet to see successful integration of statistical and symbolic AI approaches which achieves the broad range of phenomena present in human behaviour. The workshop will contribute to the objectives of the EPSRC’s HLC area by crystalising the key research issues to be prioritised in this area.
Call for Papers
We solicit three types of submissions:
All submitted papers will be judged based on their relevance, originality, significance, technical quality and organisation. All accepted papers will be assigned a presentation slot at the conference. Additionally, authors of accepted papers will have the opportunity to present their papers during the joint poster sessions.
At least one of the authors of accepted papers must register for the conference and present their work.
All questions about submissions should be addressed to Alan Bundy <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Denis Mareschal <email@example.com>.
For general enquiries about the workshop, please contact Bridget Gundry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Please visit the Important Dates page for the HLC conference important dates.
Program Committee Members:
Ian Apperly, University of Birmingham, UK
Alan Bundy (Track Chair), University of Edinburgh, UK
Tony Cohn, University of Leeds, UK
Simon Colton, Department of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary University of London, UK
James Cussens, University of Bristol, UK
Artur Garcez, City University London, UK
Ulrike Hahn, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK
Mateja Jamnik, University of Cambridge, UK
Caroline Jay, The University of Manchester, UK
Denis Mareschal (Track Chair), Birkbeck College, University of London, UK
Stephen Muggleton (Track Chair), Imperial College London, UK
Claude Sammut, The University of New South Wales, Australia
Ute Schmid, University of Bamberg, Germany
Amanda Seed, University of St. Andrews, UK
Bernd Stahl, De Montfort University, UK
Mark Steedman, The University of Edinburgh, UK
Alireza Tamaddoni-Nezhad (Track Chair), University of Surrey, UK