ACE 2012: 9th Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology Conference incorporating DIMEA 2012

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ACE 2012: 9th Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology Conference incorporating DIMEA 2012 (7th Digital Interactive Media Entertainment and Arts Conference)

REMINDER: Papers Submission 15 June 2012
ACE 2012 is very excited to announce, the brilliant and eminent pioneer of computer chess, AI, and the cutting edge area of Love and Sex with Robots will be Keynote Speaker at ACE 2012 in Nepal. Make sure you are in Nepal to see what will be an amazing speech in an amazing location!

David Levy graduated from St. Andrews University, Scotland, in 1967, and then taught practical classes in computer programming at Glasgow University for four years, before moving into the world of business and professional chess playing and writing. He wrote more than thirty books on chess, won the Scottish Championship, and he was awarded the International Master title by FIDE, the World Chess Federation, in 1969. In 1968 David started a bet with four Artificial Intelligence professors that he would not lose a chess match against a computer program within ten years. He won that bet. Since 1977 David has been involved in the development of many chess playing and other programs for consumer electronic products. David’s interest in Artificial Intelligence expanded beyond computer games into other areas of AI, including human-computer conversation, and in 1997 he led the team that won the Loebner Prize competition in New York. His fiftieth book, Love and Sex with Robots, was published in November 2007, shortly after he was awarded a PhD by the University of Maastricht for his thesis entitled Intimate Relationships with Artificial Partners. David is President of the International Computer Games Association, and CEO of the London based company Intelligent Toys Ltd. His hobbies include classical music and playing poker.

ACE 2012 is pleased to announce a special arrangement for publication of all conference papers (and other categories). In the theme of “entertaining the whole world” all papers will be published in the ACM Computers in Entertainment (CiE) website to promote free knowledge dissemination and interactive comments from peers around the world. Although authors will need to sign a copyright form with ACM, the papers will be FREE for download without charge to anyone in the world. Please see the CiE website at

Venue: Kathmandu, Nepal, 5-7 November, 2012

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