This is the early bird signup for the virtual conference to be held June 4th from 6 am PST to 4 pm PST via Zoom and Youtube. Speakers and Panelists and workshops will be held in Zoom, and streaming will be done via Youtube.
Call For Papers
Papers submitted to this conference will be peer-reviewed and approved. Approved papers will be published in the conference proceedings, and select papers may be published in the upcoming book “Cognitive Architectures Design and Theory.” Submissions can be preapproved with an abstract and title. Papers or abstracts need to be sent to Admin@ArtificialGeneralIntelligenceInc.com Papers may also be selected to but summitted to the BICA Society Conference in Sept.
Accepted papers will also be asked to present a lightning talk (about 10 min + QA) at the conference unless asked to participate in a more extensive presentation, and all accepted papers will be released in one of several venues. You must have purchased a submission ticket to cover the costs of review and publishing. If you purchase the ticket upfront and your paper does not pass, we will work with you to get the paper up to standard.
The conference is being done to cover collective intelligence systems using Artificial Machine Intelligence as applied to human use. This includes forums, projects, and other presentations and workshops on the topic. The preliminary Agenda is:
Friday, June 4th (PST – Pacific Standard Time)
6:00 am – Virtual Meet and Greet On Discord
6:30 am – Keynote (state of the art in Collective Intelligence Systems)
7:30 am – Block Talks
– Jose Luis Cordeiro – Artificail Superintelligence
– Mark Waser
– Phil Jackson, Symenatic AI (Pending)
– Leonardo Lana de Carvalho – Enactive Perspective on Cognitive Architectures and Multiagent Systems
– Gennady Stolyarov – Aspects of E-governance
9:00 am – Break
9:15 am – Superintelligence systems project overviews example: Uplift
9:30 am – Superintelligence Swarm Systems project overview example Unanimous AI
9:45 am – Open Sourcing Superintelligence systems and Ethics Forum
– Tom Ross, Mark Waser, Liz Parrish, Newton Lee, Dan Elton
10:45 am – Break
11:00 am – Block 2 Lighting Rounds (TBD)
Noon – Lunch (Discord Discussions Open Mic)
1:00 pm – Block 3 BICA related Lighting Rounds
2:30 pm – Sponsored Industry Talks
3:30 pm – Integration in E-governance Panel
4:00 pm – Closing Remarks
4:30 pm – Complete
Please Reach out with questions.
NOTE: This is the early event paper. All tickets purchased here will be moved to the actual Eventbrite sign-up once that goes live in March.
Paper Topics of Interest
This conference needs to address a number of issues around collective intelligence systems. Presentations and papers at the conference will be related to some of the following topics including:
What forms can collective intelligence systems take?
How do you build a collective superintelligent system?
How could we self-regulate as an industry?
How could we open-source AGI-like collective systems?
What does a distributed AGI configuration architecture look like?
How can we get e-governance collective systems engaged with government and actual political processes?
What should machine rights look like with AGI-like systems?
How can collective superintelligence operate in real-time?
or Related Topics?
30 May – Abstracts and special session requests
1 June – Final Drafts of papers
4 June – Conference