Submit your contributions through the Easychair submission page (click here).
The topics of the workshop are (non-exhaustively):
- AI and data mining in games
- Player/user modeling
- Automatic game content generation
- AI-enabled game design
- User generated AI bots
- Natural Language Processing and games
- Serious games and AI
- AI and accessible games
- Cultural aspects of AI design in games
The format of the submissions should be aligned to the SETN 2020 Research paper requirements.
We accept the following types of submissions:
- Position papers (short papers, 2-4 pages), sketching promising future directions, based on recent findings on the borderline between games and AI.
- Tools and demo papers (short papers, 2-4 pages), describing existing AI tools and their suggested applications on game design, development, player modeling, AI-based content generation and other related domains.
- Research papers (full papers, 6-10 pages), describing new research works, highlighting the interaction between AI and games, society and culture.