[robotics-worldwide] AAAI-11 Video Competition

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[robotics-worldwide] AAAI-11 Video Competition

Jenkins, Odest Chadwicke

Submit your best research video! This is the Oscars for AI research
videos, with trophies and a big ceremony. Let's show the AAAI people
how much fun robotics is, and how robotics research will change the

AAAI-11 Video Competition

AAAI is pleased to announce the AAAI-11 AI Video Competition. The goal
of this competition is to show the world how much fun AI is by
documenting exciting artificial intelligence advances in research,
education, and application. The rules are simple: Compose a short
video about an exciting AI project, and narrate it so that it is
accessible to a broad online audience. Accepted videos will be
screened in the AAAI-11 registration area during 7-11 August 2011.
During that evening's session, the developers of the best videos will
be formally presented with awards. We strongly encourage student
participation. So: go ahead and make a cool online video about your AI
project, and get a ton of attention!

Video format: Either 1 minute (max) "short video" or 5 minutes (max)
"long video", with narration in English (or English subtitles).
Consider combining screen shots, interviews, and video of a system in
action. Make the video self contained, so that newcomers to AI can
understand and learn from it. We encourage a good sense of humor,
though we will only accept submissions with serious AI content. Your
video might cover contemporary research, or document seminal AI
research in the past. Creativity is encouraged!

Submission deadline: 17 June 2011

The complete Call for Video Submissions, including review criteria,
and submission instructions, is available at http://www.aivideo.org.
Questions welcome; we look forward to your participation in this
exciting event!

Co-Chairs: Arnav Jhala (jhala at cs.ucsc.edu) and David W. Aha
(david.aha at nrl.navy.mil)
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