Turing 2012: International Conference on Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science is a two-day summit that will feature papers on Turing's contributions in several research areas. Organized by De La Salle University-Manila's Department of Philosophy, in cooperation with the College of Liberal Arts and College of Computer Studies, it will feature experts from different academic institutions

Turing 2012: International Conference on Philosophy,
Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science
March 27 to 28, 2012
De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines

Call for papers

The conference will focus on different academic fields directly influenced by Turing, like philosophy, artificial intelligence, computer science, theories of computing, mathematics, cryptography, biology, and psychology. It will also feature topics which could also be associated to Turing, such as gender studies, international relations, and developments in cyberspace. Among the suggested topics include the following: 
  • Computer science, computing and cognitive science
  • Internet crimes, code-breaking and cryptography
  • LGBT issues, policies and legislation
  • Singularity, artificial intelligence and consciousness
  • Cyberspace and the future of international relations
For researchers, professors, and graduate students who are interested to attend and/or present a paper, kindly register via our online form. Link

Due to several requests, the abstract submission has been extended to February 6, 2012Submitted abstracts will undergo a peer review process. Accepted ones will be notified via email. The deadline for full papers will still be on March 4, 2012. The best papers from the conference will be considered for publication in special editions of the following international journals:

International Journal
of Computational Vision
and Robotics

International Journal
of Information and
Communication Technology
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