[Deadline Extended] International Workshop on Intrinsically-Motivated Open- ended Learning

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Rania Rayyes

Feb 3, 2022, 12:19:15 PM2/3/22
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Dear Colleagues,           

This message is to inform you that the deadline for the "Call for Abstract" of the Fifth International Workshop on Intrinsically-Motivated Open- ended Learning (IMOL2022) has been extended to February 14th. You can find all the information below and on the workshop website: https://2022.imol-conf.org/


We are pleased to announce the Fifth International Workshop on Intrinsically-Motivated Open- ended Learning (IMOL2022), which will be held at Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen (Germany) on April 4-6th 2022.

Following the four previous workshops, IMOL 2022 will further explore the advancements of intrinsically motivated open-ended lifelong learning. The workshop aims to be a highly interactive event with high-profile keynote presentations and the participation of an audience of about 60 people. It will foster close interaction among the participants with discussions, poster sessions, and collective round tables directed towards specific objectives.

**Participating in IMOL2022**       

Participation in the workshop is free of charge but, given the specific nature of the meeting, is limited to a restricted number of people. Prospective attendees should submit either a brief statement of motivation or (preferably) an abstract to be presented as a poster or contributed talk.

The submission should be made by Feb 14th 2022 (extended) over easychair following the instructions at https://2022.imol-conf.org/    

Topics of interest involve open-ended lifelong learning in autonomous agents and robots, for example:

Autonomous robot open-ended learning
Architectures for open-ended learning
Multi-task reinforcement learning
Deep reinforcement learning
Intrinsic motivations
Curriculum learning
Goal self-generation
Open-ended development
Multiple task solution and parameterized skills
Neural/probabilistic representations and abstractions
Goal-based skill learning
Knowledge transfer and avoidance of catastrophic forgetting
Compositionality and chunking
Abstraction and hierarchies of goals and skills
Visual planning and problem solving
Mitigating risks of real-world deployment of open-ended learning systems   

Important Dates:

Abstract submission: Feb 14th 2022 (Extended)

Conference dates: April 4-6th 2022 

The organizers of IMOL:
Georg Martius
Rania Rayyes
Christian Gumbsch
Vieri Giuliano Santucci
Gianluca Baldassarre

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