The aim of this workshop called Bioinformatics and Artificial Intelligence (BAI) is to bring together active scholars and practitioners in the frontier of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Bioinformatics. AI holds a tremendous repertoire of algorithms and methods that constitute the core of different topics of bioinformatics and computational biology research. BAI goals are two folds : How can AI techniques contribute to bioinformatics research ?, and How can bioinformatics research raise new fundamental questions in AI ? Contributions will clearly point out answers to one of these goals focusing on AI techniques as well as focusing on biological problems.

Important dates:

  • Abstract Submission Deadline: May 15th, 2017
  • Abstract and Paper Submission Deadline: May 29th, 2017
  • Author Notification: June 30th, 2017
  • Camera Ready Deadline: July 20th, 2017
  • Workshop: August 20th, 2017

Useful links:

The workshop program is available here !

List of accepted papers:

Qingyu Chen, Xiuzhen Zhang, Yu Wan, Justin Zobel and Karin Verspoor. Will sequence clustering methods bring complete biological database search results?
Jean Coquet, Nathalie Théret, Vincent Legagneux and Olivier Dameron. Identifying functional families of trajectories in biological pathways by soft clustering: application to TGF-β signaling.
Aidan O'Brien, Piotr Szul, Oscar Luo, Andrew George, Robert Dunne and Denis Bauer. Breaking the curse of dimensionality for machine learning on genomic data.
Alexandre Bazin, Didier Debroas and Engelbert Mephu Nguifo. A De Novo Robust Clustering Approach for Amplicon-Based Sequence Data.
Isabelle Bichindaritz and Thomas Quinn. Feature Selection and Deep Learning for Survival Analysis.
Borut Budna, Martin Gjoreski, Anton Gradisek and Matjaz Gams. JSI Sound – a machine-learning tool in Orange for simple biosound classification.