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The International Conference on Development and Learning

Recent years have seen a convergence of research in artificial intelligence, developmental psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience and robotics, aimed at identifying common computational principles of development and learning in artificial and natural systems. The goal of the ICDL conference series is to present state-of-the-art research on autonomous development in humans, animals, and robots, and to continue to identify new interdisciplinary research directions for the future of the field.

Current and Previous ICDL conferences: Click here to learn more about the history of the ICDL conference series.

The ICDL Governing Board

The ICDL Governing Board serves as the governing rule for the ICDL conference series. It decides on major governing issues, such as sponsorship, guidelines for running ICDLs, selection of the major organizers and the venues of future ICDLs. In particular, the ICDL Governing Board serves these functions:

The current ICDL Governing Board is composed of: