Call for Papers
Sample topic ideas
We are looking for interesting proposals for presentations and/or workshops in the following areas:
- Satisfying users with chatbots
- Speech driven machines
- Language driven machines
- Deep learning
- Natural communication
- Role of humans in intelligent technology
- Semantic technologies
- What is semantic tech and where is it going?
- Domain specific ontologies
The conference is targeted at technologists who can gain insight into how information fits into the technology they’re designing. Information specialists can learn about the new intelligent technologies and how they affect information flow.
How to submit your proposal
Types of submissions accepted:
• Presentations: 40 minutes, including questions and answers
• Workshops: 2 hours, including setup.
Please submit your proposal by using the Conference Tool.
Click here to read the step-by-step instructions.
Please use the following guidelines when submitting a proposal:
• Indicate whether you are proposing a presentation (March 1) or a workshop (March 2).
• Only topics directly related to the theme of the conference will be considered (including workshops).
• Submissions for topic and presentation must be new material, not previously presented.
• Be specific: Provide a detailed explanation, including the format of the topic, points covered and visual presentation.
• Include a list of take-aways attendees will receive from the presentation.
• Sales presentations will not be considered.
• Describe the interactive component of the proposed workshop.
• Tool-focused workshop proposals will not be considered. Workshops could teach “how to”, develop a use case, or present a practical application of concepts.