10 July 2012 - Symposium Debrief and Proceeding Online

Thanks to all who participated in the Machine Question Symposium as either presenter or attendee. Our sessions were packed, the presentations were interesting and informative, and the Q&A was insightful and engaging. By all estimations, the symposium was a real success. Full proceedings for the MQ Symposium are now available online.

19 June 2012 - Presentation Practicalities

Symposium presenters should plan on 25-30 minutes for prepared remarks followed by 15 minutes Q&A. We have been informed that all meeting rooms for the symposium will be fitted with a data projector and laptop computers configured with Windows 7 and Office 2007.

5 June 2012 - Early Registration

A reminder from John Barnden and the conference organizing committee: Special early registration rates will be available through 11 June 2012 via the AISB/IACAP World Congress website. We are told that prices will increase after the 11 June deadline. So register now and save a few pounds.

4 June 2012 - New MQ Website

Website version 2.0 for the Machine Question Symposium is up and running. The new site provides detailed information for contributors, participants and other interested parties. Please direct any questions or comments about the site to David Gunkel at dgunkel@niu.edu

28 May 2012 - Papers Received

All papers for The Machine Question Symposium have been received and are being processed for the conference proceedings. We have 13 individual papers, 1 keynote, and 4 posters. For more information on individual submissions, visit the papers page, which has full abstracts for all papers.

 

 

 

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