Call for Papers
Contributions are welcome in the following categories:
- Tasks: New kinds of CQA tasks from various real-world domains
- Datasets: Creation of CQA datasets and challenges that can be used to measure progress
- Metrics: Measures that indicate progress in CQA tasks
- Knowledge: Representation and utilization of external knowledge, as well as acquisition and learning of models from both experts and data
- Classification Schemes: To distinguish different kinds of questions, and the reasoning required to answer them
- Adoption of Existing AI Techniques: Adapting the state-of-the-art in various AI sub-fields to the CQA problem
- Transferability Across Domains: Evaluating the flexibility of proposed techniques and representations
Contributions on other topics that are related and relevant to the workshop’s theme are also welcomed.
- Submission Deadline:
November 15, 2019November 19, 2019
- Time: AoE (Anywhere on Earth) (UTC -12)
The submission site can be accessed here.
The workshop welcomes three kinds of paper submissions:
- challenge papers (up to 2 pages long) that describe a new challenge in the workshop’s focus area;
- short papers (up to 4 pages long) which focus on a single, specific contribution; and
- full papers (up to 8 pages long);
with unrestricted following pages for references only. Submission length should be commensurate to the contribution of the paper, following the rough guidelines above. Submissions must be formatted in the AAAI submission format. Submissions will be lightly reviewed for their relevance to the workshop topic, relevance to this year’s special focus, novelty of ideas, significance of results, and reusability of the contributions. The workshop is non-archival, and we welcome relevant submissions that have been published elsewhere in the very-recent past.
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