The presentation of invited lectures (keynotes) and peer-reviewed papers including discussions and panels will be the primary format of the workshop. Additionally, this workshop encourages researchers not only to present research papers but also position papers and the discussion on controversial problems and questions.

At C3GI at IJCAI 2013, keynote lectures have been assigned 60 minutes talking time and 15 minutes for Q&A, long presentations of contributions 30 minutes talking time and 10 minutes for Q&A, short presentations 15 minutes talking time and 5 minutes for Q&A.

  1. 1st Morning Session
    • 09:00 Welcome and introduction of participants
    • 09:30 Ellis et al.: Creativity in Artificial Intelligence as Hybrid of Logic and Spontaneity
    • 10:10 Abdel-Fattah and Schneider: Back-and-Forth Inception - Towards a Cognitively-Inspired Model of Concept Construction via Conceptual Intellection
  2. 10:30-10:45 Coffee break
  3. 2nd Morning Session
    • 10:45 Keynote lecture Marcus Hutter
    • 12:00 Concluding discussion morning session
  4. 12:30-13:30 Lunch break
  5. 1st Afternoon Session
    • 13:30 Licato et al.: How Models of Creativity and Analogy Need to Answer the Tailorability Concern
    • 14:10 Keynote lecture Ron Sun
  6. 15:25-15:45 Coffee break
  7. 2nd Afternoon Session
    • 15:45 Williams et al.: Creative Concept Invention and Representation in an Interactive Child-Robot Healthy Snack Design Game
    • 16:25 Rzepka et al.: Semantic Clues for Novel Metaphor Generator
    • 16:45 Quattri: Square, zero, kitchen: Start - Insights on cross-linguistic conceptual encoding
    • 17:05 Concluding discussion afternoon session