Bath AI Seminar Series: Summer 2003

This was the second term of our AI Seminar series.

 



The AI Seminar Series is actually more often a reading and discussion group.  Often our talks will be linked to the Computer Science Department Seminars.  This series started for the first time in Spring 2003. If you are interested in attending or speaking, please email Dr. Joanna Bryson. The Summer meeting time is 1pm (13:00) unless otherwise noted.  Please note that the room changes often due to conference scheduling at Bath.

Date
Location
Paper
Guest
Topic
Associated Talk
Discussant
8 July
near the SCR
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Summer Schedule
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J. Bryson
15 July
Birmingham!  (leave at noon from claverton)
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Aaron Sloman
CogAff, Emotions and mood
Computers are not Omnipotent
J. Bryson & E. Tanguy
22 July
near the SCR
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Emotions, AAMAS, VR
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O. Cliffe, D. Evans, et al.
29 July
1E2.4
Section 5 of Modularity and Specialized Learning: Reexamining Behavior-Based Artificial Intelligence, and The Architectural Basis of Affective States and Processes (draft)
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Emotions, action selection and character agent architecture
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J. Bryson
5 Aug
3W3.7
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12 Aug
3W3.7

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A Bath Agent Based System?
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J. Padget
19 Aug
3W3.7 NB: 90min
GRUE: A Goal Processing Architecture for Game Agents
Elizabeth Gordon (Nottingham, Sony)
Action Selection for Game Characters
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J. Bryson
26 Aug
Bath Uni holiday!
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29 Aug
1W 2.8a
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Paulo Gonçalves de Barros
Traffic Simulation: An Experiment in Virtual Reality


2 Sept
3W3.7

John Collomosse
Verbifying Video

P. Hall & J. Bryson
9 Sept
1E 3.6
A Layered Dynamic Emotion Representation for the Creation of Complex Facial Expressions
Emmanual Tanguy
Practice talk for IVA


17 Sept
TBD

Martin Brain
Implementing OCLP as a front-end for Answer Set Solvers: From Theory to Practise
Intelligent Virtual Agents
 in Germany
M. de Vos
23 Sept
3W3.7

George Konidaris
Behaviour-Based Robotics & Reinforcement Learning

G. Konidaris
30 Sept
3W3.7

Ian Walker
Applying Neural Networks in Health Psychology

I. Walker

AI at Bath