IEEE 7th International Conference on Development and Learning
August 9th-12th, 2008
ICDL is a unique interdisciplinary conference that brings together researchers in computational sciences with researchers in biological sciences to focus on issues of development and learning. Submissions often feature collaborative work between computer science, robotics, neuroscience, developmental psychology, and related fields. ICDL 2008 is financially sponsored by IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, and is in technical cooperation with Cognitive Science Society.
View the outstanding scientific program for ICDL 2008
"Unsupervised learning of distributional patterns by adults and infants: Empirical findings and ideal-learner models"
Richard Aslin, University of Rochester
"Structural imaging reveals neurobiological responses to experience and other environmental factors"
Terry Jernigan, University of California San Diego
"Unsupervised discovery of structure via neuroscience inspired learning algorithms"
Andrew Ng, Stanford University
Friday February 29, 2008: Special sessions proposals due
Monday April 14, 2008:
Submission deadline for Full (6 page) papers