CAMREC: Abstract for "Starting from Society" symposium available

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    Dear Colleagues,

    the abstracts for the "Starting from Society" symposium are now
    available at:

    The final papers are:
    * Conte: Intelligent Social Learning
    * Dautenhahn: Reverse Engineering of Societies - A Biological
    * Doran: The Archaeology of Artificial Societies
    * Edmonds: The Inconstructability of Artificial Intelligence by Design
    - the
          necessary social development of an agent that can pass the Turing
    * Fioretti: Recognition of investment opportunities and generation of
    * Fliedner: About the Problem of Complexity and Emergence. The View of
    a Social
    * Heitsch, Hinck & Martens: A New Look into Garbage Cans - Petri Nets
          Organisational Choice
    * Henrickson: Having a Sense of Ourselves: Communications Technology
    and Personal
    * Marshall & Parastatidis: Modelling Agent Systems Using the Hotel
          Sanitised for your Protection?
    * Nehaniv: The Making of Meaning in Societies: Semiotic &
          Background to the Evolution of Communication
    * Price & Boutilier: Imitation and Reinforcement Learning in Agents
          Heterogeneous Actions
    * Schillo, Allen, Fischer & Klein: Socially Competant Business Agents
    With Attitude:
          using Habitus-Field Theory to Design Agents with Social Competence
    * Staller & Petta: Gounding Social Norms on Emotions
    * Wright: The Society of Mind Requires an Economy of Mind


    Bruce Edmonds,
    Centre for Policy Modelling,
    Manchester Metropolitan University, Aytoun Bldg.,
    Aytoun St., Manchester, M1 3GH. UK.
    Tel: +44 161 247 6479 Fax: +44 161 247 6802

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