The MAICS conference traditionally serves as a small but vital forum in the wide range of endeavors that relate to machine intelligence and cognitive science. Young and old, faculty, researchers, and students can test out ideas, report results, and learn what other people are doing in related fields.
Attendees are invited to describe their own interesting research in progress. Graduate students and junior faculty are especially encouraged to submit papers. All submitted papers are peer-reviewed for the proceedings publication and conference presentations, and reviewers are encouraged to provide helpful guidance to beginning authors.
MAICS provides a friendly complement to more specialized conferences while fostering quality scholarship.
Archives of the proceedings of past conferences available here.
Browse the contents of MAICS: The Modern Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference:
- MAICS 2016 Conference
- Papers and presentations from the 2016 MAICS Conference