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|Full Title:||12th Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence|
|Short Title:||MICAI 2013|
|Location:||Mexico City, Mexico|
|Start Date:||24-Nov-2013 - 30-Nov-2013|
|Meeting Email:||click here to access email|
|Meeting Description:||MICAI-2013 with NLP track & Spanish Opinion Mining Workshop
12th Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence:
NLP Track & Spanish Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis Workshop
November 24-30, 2013
Mexico City, Mexico
MICAI is organized by Mexican Society for Artificial Intelligence (Sociedad Mexicana de Inteligencia Artificial, SMIA).
Recent MICAI events received over 300-400 submissions on average, from over 40 countries. The proceedings have been published as Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series volumes.
Track: All NLP areas
Conference: All areas of Artificial Intelligence
Workshop: Hispanic Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis
Best papers awards
Erik Cambria, NUS: ‘SenticNet: Helping Machines to Learn, Leverage, Love’
Maria Vargas-Vera: ‘Multi-Agent Ontology Mapping for the Semantic Web’
Newton Howard, MIT, USA: ‘Rethinking Artificial Intelligence’
Amir Hussain, U. of Stirling, UK: ‘Towards Multi-modal Cognitive Systems’
Ildar Batyrshin, IMP, Mexico: ‘Time Series Shape Association Measures’
Springer LNAI (EI, ISI); special issues of journals including ISI JCR
Hispanic Opinion & Sentiment workshop: Springer book (anticipated)
Special session: IEEE CPS (anticipated)
Pre-Hispanic city of Teotihuacan: 2000 years old pyramids, a UNESCO World Heritage site
Anthropology museum: world’s largest anthropology museum
Valle de Bravo ‘magic village’ (tentatively)
Teotihuacan is one of the most important archaeological sites in the Americas.
|Linguistic Subfield:||Computational Linguistics|
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