Call for papers: AAAI-15 Special Track on AI and the Web (abstract deadline: 10 Sep 2014)

**** Call for papers: AAAI-15 Special Track on AI and the Web ***
******* Twenty-Ninth Conference on Artificial Intelligence ******
************  January 25-29, 2015, Austin, Texas USA ************

The AI and the Web track at AAAI-15 invites research papers which are 
related to both artificial intelligence and the world wide web. This 
includes work describing the application of AI techniques applied to 
issues concerning the world wide web, and work which describes the use 
of world wde web resources or techniques to drive AI systems. Papers 
should clearly describe how their methods or contributions relate to 
the world wide web. The track also includes papers focusing more 
generally on "data" aspects which are not necessarily web focused.

Timetable for Authors:

	 May 1, 2014 - September 10, 2014: Authors register on the AAAI web site
	 September 10, 2014: Electronic abstracts due
	 September 15, 2014: Electronic papers due
	 October 22 - 24, 2014: Author feedback about initial reviews
	 November 7, 2014: Notification of acceptance or rejection
	 November 20, 2014: Camera-ready copy due at AAAI office

For additional information on how to submit, please consult the main call 
for papers at


Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* AI for multimedia and multimodal web applications
* AI for Web services: semantic descriptions, planning, matching, and coordination
* AI for Web-based collaboration and cooperation
* AI for Data Analytics
* Crowdsourcing techniques and methodologies
* Enhancing Web search and information retrieval
* Exploiting Linked Data and Open Data
* Human language technologies for Web systems, including text summarization and machine translation
* Intelligent user interfaces for Web systems
* Knowledge acquisition from the Web
* Languages, tools, and methodologies for representing, managing, and visualizing Semantic Web data
* Machine learning and the Web
* Ontologies and the Web: creation, extraction, evolution, mapping, merging, and alignment; tags and folksonomies
* Question answering on the Web
* Recognizing Web spam (such as link farms and splogs)
* Representing, reasoning, and using provenance, trust, privacy, and security on the Web
* Searching, querying, visualizing, and interpreting the Semantic Web
* Social networking and community identification
* Web personalization and user modeling
* Web-based opinion extraction and trend spotting
* Web-based recommendation systems

We are looking forward to your submissions!!!
Axel Polleres,  Pascal Hitzler (Special Track Cochairs)

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