Magazine article AI Magazine

Aaai-08 / Iaai-08

Magazine article AI Magazine

Aaai-08 / Iaai-08

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We hope you are planning to join us for AAAI-08 and IAAI-08 in Chicago, Illinois, July 13-17, 2008. The AAAI-08 program will feature Eric Horvitz's AAAI presidential address, as well as five outstanding invited talks. The invited speakers include Alexei A. Efros (Carnegie Mellon University) whose talk is titled From Images to Scenes: Using Lots of Data to Infer Geometric, Photometric and Semantic Scene Properties from a Single Image; David Haussler (University of California, Santa Cruz) who will present a talk called 100 Million Years of Evolutionary History of the Human Genome; Lillian Lee (Cornell University), speaking about Sense and Sensibility: Sentiment Analysis, Opinion Mining, and the Computational Treatment of Subjective Language; Mark Newman (University of Michigan), with a presentation titled Making Sense of Complex Networks; and Stuart Russell (University of California, Berkeley) speaking about What Is To Be Done?

IAAI-08 invited speakers include Kenneth M. Ford (Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, IHMC), who will present the Robert S. Engelmore Memorial Award Lecture on Toward Cognitive Prostheses; Seth Copen Goldstein (Carnegie Mellon University), whose talk is titled Realizing Claytronics: A Challenge for AI; and Chris Urmson (Carnegie Mellon University), speaking about Boss, the Urban Challenge, and the Promise of Autonomous Driving. …

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