Keynote Talk – Prof. Karl Tuyls

We are delighted to announce that Karl Tuyls will be giving a keynote at this years ALIA symposium. The abstract is detailed below, for more information see the keynote speakers page here. For more information about Karl please visit his website. Bio-Inspired Autonomous Systems and Robotics Bio-inspired autonomous systems investigate principles of sensory motor control, […]

Springer – Conditional Approval

The academic publisher Springer have conditionally agreed to publish the proceedings of ALIA within the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series. We are very excited to be working with Springer on this international symposium, and we sincerely hope that this will be the start of an ongoing relationship. Based on this update we […]

Reviewers Wanted

ALIA is a new symposium initiative and such, relies on the support of the community to help make it a success! We are currently looking for additional reviewers to join our review committee. If you have experience with any of the topics of interest (see our CFP) or the overarching themes of Artificial life and […]

CFP Launched

The CFP has now been officially launched and is available at the the ALIA website (click here). It is currently anticipated that the proceedings will be published via Springer (approval pending)  in their Communications in Computer and Information Science series.


ALIA is a new symposium focusing on Artificial Life and Intelligent Agent research.

The symposium is planned as a two day event, with day 1 focusing on academic presentations, and day 2 dedicated to tutorials, industry engagement and workshops. read more

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