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AINL Conference 2014: Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language

Fri 1:01 AM - Sun 12:59 AM
Fri 12 Sep 2014 1:01 AM - Sun 14 Sep 2014 12:59 AM (UTC+03:00) Moscow, St. Petersburg
12/01/2014 01:01 14/59/2014 12:59 (UTC+03:00) Moscow, St. Petersburg AINL Conference 2014: Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Skolkovskoye shosse, Moscow, 121353 Russian Federation false MM/DD/YYYY

The purposes of the conference are:

  • to introduce the latest projects at the confluence of computer linguistics, AI and robotics,
  • to exchange experience in developing HMI and smart dialog systems and agents,
  • to create a platform for sharing experiences, extending contacts and searching for possible cooperation options.


Main topics

  • Natural Language Processing
  • Speech technologies, speech recognition and synthesis
  • Artificial intelligence, dialog agents
  • Robotics
  • Human-computer interfaces



  • Representatives of core businesses and projects, research groups, startups, independent researchers,
  • Invited guests from abroad dealing with the abovementioned subjects,
  • Students, post-graduates and professors from leading Russian universities.

Participants are encouraged to present their works in one of three tracks:

  • Technologies and applied scientific research
  • Ready apps and projects relating to AI and NL
  • Demonstration of a working prototype or app
Conference part
The conference will last two days. Its format tends to combine the best characteristics of a trade show as well as a scientific conference. Main time will be provided for interactive formats, such as poster and demo sessions; participants will have enough time to discuss their work with those who are interested in similar subjects. Besides, there will be several invited conferences and round tables, including a seminar discussing the Turing test results and a seminar dedicated to the creation of Russian Wordnet.
Working languages: Russian and English
Organizers: i-Free, NLPseminar