Keynote speakers announced!

We are delighted to announce that ALIA 2016 will feature two keynote talks.

Professor José Halloy (Université Paris Diderot), who published in Science the first experimental demonstration of collective intelligence in a mixed society of robots and animals, will give a talk on animal-robot hybrid collective behaviour.

Professor Alan Winfield (University of the West of England), co-founder of the Bristol Robotics Lab, winner of the 2010 Royal Academy of Engineering Rooke medal for public promotion of engineering, and author of ‘Robotics: A Very Short Introduction’, will give a talk on robot ethics.

For more information, look at the Keynotes page.


ALIA is a vibrant symposium bringing together Artificial Life and Intelligent Agents research, which have significant scope for cross-pollination of ideas and techniques.

ALIA 2016 will be a two-day event held at Aston University in central Birmingham in the UK, on the 14th and 15th June 2016. read more

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