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RAID 2018 : Relational Artificial Intelligence Days

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Conference Series : Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection
 
Link: http://raid2018.unife.it/
 
When Aug 27, 2018 - Sep 4, 2018
Where Ferrara, Italy
Submission Deadline TBD
Categories    artificial intelligence   starai
 

Call For Papers

Relational AI deals very effectively with complex domains involving many and even a varying number of entities connected by complex relationships. Relational data is becoming increasingly available in the form of Knowledge Graphs, Linked Data, Semantic Web, Ontologies, Description Logic Theories, Relational Databases, Datalog Programs and Logic Programs. Being able to reason on such data is thus attracting much interest.

RAID 2018 aims at bringing together practitioners of Relational AI and its modern extensions for uncertainty handling and knowledge extraction through 3 events:

1) ACAI 2018 - Advanced Course on AI: Statistical Relational Artificial Intelligence, August 27th - 31st 2018
2) PLP 2018 - Fifth Workshop on Probabilistic Logic Programming, September 1st 2018
3) ILP 2018 - 28th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming, September 2nd - 4th 2018

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