Schedule

Each contributed-talks session (1-6) will consist of a number of 15-minute talks, followed by a lengthy panel discussion involving the speakers. Specific papers corresponding to each contributed-talks section are listed at the end of this page, below the summary schedule.

Sat. Dec. 8
8:30 Conference intro: Ben Goertzel
8:45 Keynote talk by Margaret Boden: Creativity and AGI
9:45 Keynote talk by David Hanson: Open source genius machines who care: Growing Friendly AGI via GENI, Glue and Lovable Characters
10:45 Morning break
11:15 Keynote talk by Angelo Cangelosi, From Sensorimotor Intelligence to Symbols: Developmental Robotics Experiments
12:15 Lunch
1:30 Keynote talk by Nick Bostrom: The Superintelligence Control Problem
2:35 Session 1: Cognitive Architectures & Models A
4:20 Break
4:45-6:30 Session 2: Cognitive Architectures & Models B
Sun. Dec. 9
8:30 Session 3: Universal Intelligence and its Formal Approximations
10:30 Break
11:00 Session 4: Conceptual and Contextual Issues
12:40 Lunch
1:15 (Attendance optional) AGI Society / conference series business meeting
2:00 Session 5: Cognitive Architectures and Models C
4:00 Break
4:30 Session 6: Mathematical Formalisms and Tools
Mon. Dec. 10
8:30 Special Session on AGI and Neuroscience
10:00 break
10:30-12:30 AGI-12 tutorial with Aaron Sloman. Topic: Meta-morphogenesis: How a planet can produce Minds, Mathematics and Music
1:45 AGI-Impacts, Session 1
Tues Dec. 11
9:00 Hands-on AGI-12 tutorial on the CHREST cognitive architecture
12:00 Lunch
1:30 AGI-Impacts, Session 2

AGI-12 Contributed Paper Sessions:

Session 1: Cognitive Architectures & Cognitive Modeling A

Session 2: Cognitive Architectures & Cognitive Modeling B

Session 3: Universal Intelligence and its Formal Approximations

Session 4: Conceptual and Contextual Issues

Session 5: Cognitive Architectures & Cognitive Modeling C

Session 6: Mathematical Formalisms & Tools

Special Session on AGI and Neuroscience