Hedberg, Sara R.


The AAAI-07 Conference: Focal Point for AI Research Worldwide

AI Magazine

AAAI's Twenty-second Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-07) continued a long-standing tradition of excellence. In this conference wrap-up, Hedberg presents comments from AAAI's presiden and the AAAI-07 conference cochairs, covers the results of the conference competitions, including a report on the new video competition, and reports on the 2007 innovative applications winners.


The Twenty-Second AAAI Conference: Continuing the Content-Rich Tradition in Beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia

AI Magazine

The Twenty Second AAAI-07 and the Nineteenth IAAI-07 Conferences will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, from July 22-26, 2007. The conferences will be held at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver. The outstanding multidimensional program slated for the AAAI conference, and the content-rich applications-oriented IAAI conference will showcase the latest in research and applications in AI.


AAAI's National and Innovative Applications Conferences Celebrate 50 Years of AI

AI Magazine

The Twenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence and the Nineteenth Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference commemorated fifty years of artificial intelligence research in Boston, Massachusetts this past July.


AAAI's National and Innovative Applications Conferences Celebrate 50 Years of AI

AI Magazine

The Twenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence and the Nineteenth Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference commemorated fifty years of artificial intelligence research in Boston, Massachusetts this past July.


Celebrating AI's Fiftieth Anniversary and Continuing Innovation at the AAAI/IAAI-06 Conferences

AI Magazine

The seeds of AI were sewn at the Dartmouth Conference in the summer of 1956. John McCarthy, then an assistant mathematics professor at Dartmouth, organized the conference and coined the name "artificial intelligence" in his conference proposal. This summer AAAI celebrates the first 50 years of AI; and continues to foster the fertile fields of AI at the National AI conference (AAAI-06) and Innovative Applications of AI conference (IAAI-06) in Boston.


Celebrating AI's Fiftieth Anniversary and Continuing Innovation at the AAAI/IAAI-06 Conferences

AI Magazine

The seeds of AI were sewn at the Dartmouth Conference in the summer of 1956. John McCarthy, then an assistant mathematics professor at Dartmouth, organized the conference and coined the name "artificial intelligence" in his conference proposal. This summer AAAI celebrates the first 50 years of AI; and continues to foster the fertile fields of AI at the National AI conference (AAAI-06) and Innovative Applications of AI conference (IAAI-06) in Boston.



AAAI-05: Twentieth National AI Conference Is a Panoply of Content

AI Magazine

This year marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence and the twentieth National Conference on AI (AAAI-05).1 The National Conference on AI is a focal point for leading researchers, practitioners, and engineers from around the world to share their latest work. This year's conference continues the long tradition of presenting a rich panoply of research and applications at the cutting edge of AI today.


The 2004 National Conference on AI: Post-Conference Wrap-Up

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AAAI's Nineteenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-04) filled the top floor of the San Jose Convention Center from July 25-29, 2004. The week's program was full of recent advances in many different AI research areas, as well as emerging applications for AI. Within the various topics discussed at the conference, a number of strategic domains emerged where AI is being harnessed, including counterterrorism, space exploration, robotics, the Web, health care, scientific research, education, and manufacturing.


IJCAI-03 Conference Highlights

AI Magazine

This summer's AI conference in Acapulco offered attendees wide variety of program choices as well as ample time to catch up with friends and colleagues. For many, scheduling time was probably the biggest challenge because the conference included numerous invited speakers, 189 technical paper presentations, 93 posters, a Mobile Robot Competition, 19 Innovative Applications of AI (IAAI) award-winning paper presentations, a Trading Agents Competition, a special track on AI and the web, and the vendor exhibit.