Bath AI Seminar Series: Summer 2004

This was the fifth term of our AI Seminar series.

 

The AI Seminar Series is also a research and discussion group.  Seminars are open to anyone in the vicinity who is interested in AI.  Notice of these talks and other things of potential interest to AI researchers are sent to the BAI Mailing List.  To join the list or read it's Archive just follow the links.

Past Seminars: Spring 2003, Summer 2003, Fall 2003, Spring 2004.

The summer being summer, the day of the week will need to be even more flexible during term, but I will try to keep it mostly Wednesday and mostly at 4:15. Please join the mailing list to keep up... If you are interested in speaking --- or inviting a speaker! please email Dr. Joanna Bryson.

Claverton Rooms
Date
Location
Paper
Guest
Topic
Associated Talk
Discussant / Host
2 June, 4:15
1W 2.22
slides
Cecilia Di Chio
Evolutionary Language Games - A brief analysis

A. Barry
9 June, 4:15
3E 4.17


A new breakthrough in machine learning, PLUS industrial links update
Elements of Arithmetic in Spiking Neural Nets (not really associated, but afiliated!)
A. Barry PLUS J. Bryson, respectively
16 June, 4:15
3E 4.17
William Megill Robojelly: Self-propelled gonad with attitude

J. Bryson
23 June, 4:15
8W 1.32


Bath Agent Platform PLUS AI User Modelling

J. Padget
29 June, 2:15



What can Bath do for Nationwide?

J. Bryson
9 July, 3:15-5:05
8W 1.32
Understanding Why --- Dissecting Radical Islamist Terrorism with Agent-Based Simulation

Agent Based Modelling

J. Bryson, I. Cace, J. Padget
14 July, 4:15
1W 3.6

Graham Whiteley
Grasping Robots in Bath

J. Bryson
20 July, 4:15
1W 3.6

Latest Demos (JPOSH, DER)

Mark Wood, Emmanuel Tanguy
August, early Sept except as below:
no meetings!





11 August, 4:15
1WN 3.16

Anna Dornhaus
Agent models of social insects.

J. Bryson
1 September,
4:15
JJB's office


Catching up: plans, conferences workshops

J. Bryson
20 September,
4:15
1W 3.5


Humanoid Faces for Assistive Ambient Intelligent Technology
J. Bryson
28 September



What happened in Newcastle; plans and student project updates.


7 October
8:30pm
The Old Green Tree


Reception
E. Tanguy

Early Next Term:  Phil Hall, Interactive FAQ Bots

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