Reports of the Workshops of the 32nd AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence


  • Bruno Bouchard Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
  • Kevin Bouchard Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
  • Noam Brown Carnegie Mellon University
  • Niyati Chhaya Adobe Research, Bangalore
  • Eitan Farchi IBM Research, Haifa
  • Sebastien Gaboury Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
  • Christopher Geib Smart Information Flow Technologies
  • Amelie Gyrard Wright State University
  • Kokil Jaidka University of Pennsylvania
  • Sarah Keren Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
  • Roni Khardon Tufts University
  • Parisa Kordjamshidi Tulane University
  • David Martinez MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  • Nicholas Mattei IBM Research, TJ Watson
  • Martin Michalowski University of Minnesota School of Nursing
  • Reuth Mirsky Ben Gurion University
  • Joseph Osborn Pomona College
  • Cem Sahin MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  • Onn Shehory Bar Ilan University
  • Arash Shaban-Nejad University of Tennessee Health Science Center
  • Amit Sheth Wright State University
  • Ilan Shimshoni University of Haifa
  • Howie Shrobe Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Arunesh Sinha University of Southern California.
  • Atanu R. Sinha Adobe Research, Bangalore
  • Biplav Srivastava IBM Research, Yorktown Height
  • William Streilein MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  • Georgios Theocharous Adobe Research, San Jose
  • K. Brent Venable Tulane University and IHMC
  • Neal Wagner MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  • Anna Zamansky University of Haifa



The AAAI-18 workshop program included 15 workshops covering a wide range of topics in AI. Workshops were held Sunday and Monday, February 2–7, 2018, at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. This report contains summaries of the Affective Content Analysis workshop; the Artificial Intelligence Applied to Assistive Technologies and Smart Environments; the AI and Marketing Science workshop; the Artificial Intelligence for Cyber Security workshop; the AI for Imperfect-Information Games; the Declarative Learning Based Programming workshop; the Engineering Dependable and Secure Machine Learning Systems workshop; the Health Intelligence workshop; the Knowledge Extraction from Games workshop; the Plan, Activity, and Intent Recognition workshop; the Planning and Inference workshop; the Preference Handling workshop; the Reasoning and Learning for Human-Machine Dialogues workshop; and the the AI Enhanced Internet of Things Data Processing for Intelligent Applications workshop.




How to Cite

Bouchard, B., Bouchard, K., Brown, N., Chhaya, N., Farchi, E., Gaboury, S., Geib, C., Gyrard, A., Jaidka, K., Keren, S., Khardon, R., Kordjamshidi, P., Martinez, D., Mattei, N., Michalowski, M., Mirsky, R., Osborn, J., Sahin, C., Shehory, O., Shaban-Nejad, A., Sheth, A., Shimshoni, I., Shrobe, H., Sinha, A., Sinha, A. R., Srivastava, B., Streilein, W., Theocharous, G., Venable, K. B., Wagner, N., & Zamansky, A. (2018). Reports of the Workshops of the 32nd AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence. AI Magazine, 39(4), 45-56.



Workshop Reports