Modelling and Representing Context
Join us for the Fourteenth International Workshop on Modelling and Representing Context. As a fundamental topic in Artificial Intelligence, context plays a critical role in enabling AI systems to effectively integrate and utilize information, reason and communicate, and adapt to different scenarios and domains. With contextual AI, we can enhance the transparency, explainability, and interpretability of AI systems, process diverse data types, and achieve a better understanding of context and meaning, enabling more natural and rich interactions between humans and AI systems.
As an interdisciplinary topic, contextual AI has clear relations to linguistics and semiotics, cognitive science and psychology, mathematics and philosophy, as well as sociology and anthropology. The MRC workshop series is highly interactive and offers a platform for researchers and practitioners from different disciplines to exchange ideas and discuss the latest advancements in contextual AI. As context research is inherently transdisciplinary, we encourage a range of publication formats that may not be commonly seen in the AI community, including narrative reviews, ethnographic stories, and artistic creations, reflecting the diverse perspectives and approaches needed to fully understand the complexities of context. So, whether you're a researcher or artist, we invite you to share your unique insights and perspectives with the wider community through this workshop.