[Comp-neuro] [Journals] 1st CFP: Special Issue on "Theory of Mind in Humans and in Machines"
Bogdan Ionut Cirstea
cirstea.bogdanionut at gmail.com
Mon Nov 16 20:17:33 CET 2020
Apologies for cross-posting.
Together with Prof. Fabio Cuzzolin (Oxford Brookes University, UK) and
Prof. Barbara Jacquelyn Sahakian (University of Cambridge, UK), we are
organizing a special issue (Frontiers Research Topic) on the emerging topic
of "Theory of Mind in Humans and in Machines" under the "Frontiers in
Artificial Intelligence" and "Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience"
journals. We would like to invite you to contribute articles to the
Research Topic. For more information on this special issue, please visit
the website at
Papers may be submitted until the 3rd of April 2021. Submitted papers
should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. We also
encourage authors to send a short abstract (via the platform) to ensure
compliance with the topic and scope of the Frontiers journals as early as
possible. The submission of abstracts is not mandatory and the deadline is
the 4th of December 2020.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, theoretical proposals,
computational experiments, and case studies of:
• Computational Theory of Mind
• Learning from Demonstrations
• Cognitive Models for Learning from Demonstration and Planning
• Neuroscience-inspired models of Theory of Mind
• Human-Robot Interaction
• Cooperative Inverse Reinforcement Learning (assistance games)
• Learning from Preferences
If you intend to send an article to the special issue, please do let us
know by hitting the "Participate" button in the web interface.
If you have any questions or need any kind of assistance from us, please do
not hesitate to let us know.
On behalf of the topic editors,
Prof. Fabio Cuzzolin, Oxford Brookes University, UK <
fabio.cuzzolin at brookes.ac.uk>
Prof. Barbara Jacquelyn Sahakian, University of Cambridge, UK <
bjs1001 at cam.ac.uk>
Dr. Bogdan-Ionut Cirstea, Oxford Brookes University, UK <
bcirstea at brookes.ac.uk>
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