2011    Ghent 
     
 
Started under the name NVKI, the BNVKI-AIABN (Belgian-Dutch Association for Artificial Intelligence) was founded in 1981 by 19 enthousiastic AI-researchers. After a startup period the association took the initiative in 1988 for a yearly conference series, originally named NAIC, but renamed to BNAIC, Belgian-Dutch Conference on Artificial Intelligence, since 1999, to underline the transnational bonds between the Netherlands and Belgium AI research. Since 2008, the association chose to name the conference BNAIC: Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence to reflect the incorporation of Luxembourg into the association.

The main goals of the BNAIC are two-fold:

  • to bring together AI researchers in the Netherlands and Belgium, as a place to meet and to present research activities.
  • to present high-quality research results, possibly already published in international conferences or journals.
The format of the BNAIC is therefore a mixture of a meeting place and a forum for good-quality research results. This forms a balance that has proven to be successful in the previous years, as is shown by the high number of participants each year.

Since 2004, the Proceedings of BNAIC are published under ISSN 1568-7805.

 
     
2010    Luxembourg 
2009    Eindhoven 
2008    Enschede 
2007    Utrecht 
2006    Namur 
2005    Brussels 
2004    Groningen 
2003    Nijmegen 
2002    Leuven 
2001    Amsterdam 
2000    Kaatsheuvel 
1999    Maastricht
1998    Amsterdam
1997    Antwerp
1996    Utrecht
1995    Rotterdam
1994    Amsterdam
1993    Enschede
1992    Delft
1991    Amsterdam
1990    Kerkrade
1989    Enschede
1988    Amsterdam