| Meeting Description:
||We are in the reality of systems that model human language, reasoning, and use advanced techniques for saving and accessing information. Crucially, computational processing of human language is an interdisciplinary area of research and development of computerized systems. In nature, relations between information, language, reasoning, and memory have many interdependent facets that can be heterogeneous. Theories, applications, and technologies strive to meet adequate treatment of natural phenomena of information, language, and information exchange. Furthermore, integrated approaches from mathematics and computer science provide support for reliable, advanced, applications.