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Reports of the AAAI 2008 Fall Symposia

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These underpinnings in genetics and fields are vast, variegated, informed by memetics, studying phenomena such disparate theoretical and technical disciplines, as coalition formation in an artificial and interrelated. Other applications provided an updated perspective ethical concerns related to the use of included case-based retrieval of to a previous symposium held in fall eldercare technology to ensure that narratives culturally relevant to a 2005 on the same topic. Some models focused One major theme of the symposium The symposium ended with a more directly on adaptation, from machine-learning was to investigate the use of sensor brainstorming session on possible solutions and game-theoretic networks in the home environment to for two real-life scenarios for perspectives, but discussions suggested provide safety, to monitor activities of ailing elders and their caregivers. The ways in which those adaptations daily living, to assess physical and cognitive exercise was helpful in grounding the might vary from one cultural context function, and to identify participants in the lives of older adults to another. Work was also should address real needs.


Reports of the AAAI 2008 Fall Symposia

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The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence was pleased to present the 2008 Fall Symposium Series, held Friday through Sunday, November 7-9, at the Westin Arlington Gateway in Arlington, Virginia. The titles of the seven symposia were (1) Adaptive Agents in Cultural Contexts, (2) AI in Eldercare: New Solutions to Old Problems, (3) Automated Scientific Discovery, (4) Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, (5) Education Informatics: Steps toward the International Internet Classroom, (6) Multimedia Information Extraction, and (7) Naturally Inspired AI.


Human Language Technology and Knowledge Management

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This article summarizes the results of the 6-7 July Workshop on Human Language Technology and Knowledge Management held in Toulouse, France. It describes invited keynotes, presentations, and results of brainstorming sessions to create a technology road map for this important area. The group also articulated grand challenges in human language technology and solutions to these challenges that could benefit facilities for knowledge discovery, access, and exploitation.


Intelligent Multimedia Interfaces

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On Monday, 15 July 1991, prior to the Ninth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-91) in Anaheim, California, over 50 scientists and engineers attended the AAAI-91 Workshop on Intelligent Multimedia Interfaces. The purpose of the workshop was threefold: (1) bring together researchers and practitioners to report on current advances in intelligent multimedia interface systems and their underlying theories, (2) foster scientific interchange among these individuals, and (3) evaluate current efforts and make recommendations for future investigations.


Future Directions in Natural Language Processing: The Bolt Beranek and Newman Natural Language Symposium

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The Workshop on Future Directions in NLP was held at Bolt Beranek and Newman, Inc. (BBN), in Cambridge, Massachusetts, from 29 November to 1 December 1989. The workshop was organized and hosted by Madeleine Bates and Ralph Weischedel of the BBN Speech and Natural Language Department and sponsored by BBN's Science Development Program.


Future Directions in Natural Language Processing: The Bolt Beranek and Newman Natural Language Symposium

AI Magazine

The Workshop on Future Directions in NLP was held at Bolt Beranek and Newman, Inc. (BBN), in Cambridge, Massachusetts, from 29 November to 1 December 1989. The workshop was organized and hosted by Madeleine Bates and Ralph Weischedel of the BBN Speech and Natural Language Department and sponsored by BBN's Science Development Program.