The winner of the IDA 2015 Frontier Prize is A first-order-logic based model for grounded language learning by Leonor Becerra-Bonache, Hendrik Blockeel, Maria Galvan and François Jacquenet
This paper is an inspiring example for a contribution on the frontier of synergistic research. Leonor Becerra-Bonache, Hendrik Blockeel, and their co-authors present a model for language learning using first order logic. Their contribution
nicely bridges two very diverse areas of research. The paper should provide ample opportunities for both fields to learn from each other in the future.
The winner of the IDA 2015 Video Prize is From Numeric Time Series Data to Linguistic Description of Patterns: Data-driven Modelling and Representation of Physiological Sensor Data by Hadi Banaee and Amy Loutfi. You can watch the video on Youtube.