A portion of the AI@50 program is reserved for presentation of submitted papers. If you would like to submit a paper for the conference, please do so by May 15, 2006, by sending it as an attachment (PDF) to the conference email address (ai50@dartmouth.edu). If you prefer, you may request our FTP information for submission.

Papers should focus on the future of artificial intelligence and may include philosophical, social, and ethical aspects of AI. Accepted papers will be eligible for consideration for publication in the journal, Minds and Machines. Submissions should be double spaced, in 12 point font, 4500-9000 words in length, and in pdf format. Authors will be notified of acceptance via email and will be given a 20 minute presentation timeslot at the AI50 conference.

Faculty/Professional or Graduate Papers

Author Form

Please provide us with brief information about you and your paper. All information requested is required.

First Name* Last Name*
Affiliation*
EMail Address*
Title of Paper*

*Remember to email your paper (PDF) to AI50@Dartmouth.edu


 

Dartmouth College
Undergraduate Paper Contest

JOHN MCCARTHY
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST
for Dartmouth College Students

  • 1st place: $400
  • 2nd place: $250
  • 3rd place: $100

ABOUT THE CONTEST
This contest is an opportunity for all Dartmouth students interested in the scientific and philosophical questions and ramifications
surrounding artificial intelligence to explore the many issues
raised since the inception of artificial intelligence 50 years ago.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Article length: approx. 1,000-7,000 words
  • Accepted categories:
    Science, published in the DUJS
    Philosophy, published in Aporia
  • All submissions will be judged by faculty members
  • Each category has 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners
  • Please blitz all submissions to DUJS by May 5, 2006.

Contact DUJS or Aporia with any questions.

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This poster is sponsored by the Philosophy Department.