The annual BCS conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI-2016), held from 13-15 December in Cambridge, had a significant presence from CEM with two accepted papers; one poster; and Professor Miltos Petridis as one of the Chairs of the conference. The presentations covered the topics of artificial intelligence and legal liability; comparing different learning methods for predicting user behaviour; and using data mining to enhance online advertising.
Congratulations to the presenters of the accepted papers and poster: Nikolay Burlutskiy, Maria Diapouli, John Kingston and Miltos Petridis. Congratulations also to co-authors Nour Ali, Alexei Chernov, Roger Evans, Andrew Fish and Stelios Kapetanakis. Special congratulations are due to Maria Diapouli and Miltos Petridis for winning the prize for the best poster presentation, chosen by conference delegates.