Magazine article AI Magazine

AAAI News

Magazine article AI Magazine

AAAI News

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Spring News from the American Association for Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence Journal Online Access

We are delighted to announce the continuation of the cooperative effort with AI Journal, giving unlimited access to the online version of the Artificial Intelligence Journal to all regular AAAI members. AAAI regular members can view and browse tables of contents, view articles published in recent issues of AI Journal, and utilize the current features available through Elsevier's electronic journal service. They may also view, print and/or download excerpts of reasonable quantity, provided that the use of such excerpts is personal and does not amount to or result in commercial distribution.

Please note that Elsevier has revamped the access method for AAAI members, and you will be required to provide your membership number at https://cs. sciencedirect.com/activate/artint/members to gain access. Complete details were mailed to all regular members in good standing in January. If you have forgotten your membership number or need instructions, please write to us at membership04@aaai.org. If you require customer service from AI Journal, please see http://www.info.sciencedirect .com/contacts/index.shtml for a list of help desk contact information.

AAAI-04 / IAAI-04

Registration information for the Nineteenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-04) and the Sixteenth Conference on Artificial Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI-04) is available at the AAAI-04 site, www.aaai.org/Conferences/National/2004/aaai04.html or by writing to aaai04@aaai.org. Please note that the deadline for early registrations is May 28, 2004.

The conferences will be held July 25-29 at the San Jose Convention Center and the connecting San Jose Marriott Hotel, in San Jose, California. AAAI-04 will feature 11 half-day and 2 full-day tutorials, 16 workshops, the AAAI Mobile Robot Competition and Exhibition, the Intelligent Systems Demonstration program, the Student Abstract Posters, and the AAAI/SIGART/IJCAI Doctoral Consortium. Please visit the AAAI-04 web site periodically for up-to-date information. We hope you will join us in San Jose!

San Jose

San Jose, the capital of Silicon Valley and the gateway to the San Francisco Bay Area, is known as one of the most progressive and innovative cities in America, and is at the heart of one of the most dynamic regions in the world. It is also the eleventh largest city in the nation, a community rich with strong roots and a bright future, and one that offers all the services and amenities any visitor would want and expect.

The colorful, palm-studded downtown is an intimate, welcoming, and friendly area that exudes a block party atmosphere and offers a concentration of outstanding restaurants, vibrant night spots, acclaimed museums, and lovely parks. Nestled between two mountain ranges, San Jose is also home to a myriad of historic attractions. Visitors can find everything from family theme parks and professional sports to museums, such as the Children's Discovery Museum San Jose on Woz Way, the San Jose Museum of Art, and the unique Tech Museum of Innovation.

The Tech Museum of Innovation

While most museums deal in antiquity, the Tech Museum of Innovation celebrates technology's cutting edge. Since its opening in 1998, this attraction in the heart of downtown has been one of the signatures of Silicon Valley. The dazzling, mango-colored 132,000-square-foot domed building serves as a dynamic learning resource for children and adults alike, who experience innovations in the form of 250 lively exhibits in five themed galleries. Through hands-on exploration, visitors learn how microchips are made, design a roller coaster, or pilot a robotic submarine. Those searching for a less energetic experience can simply sit back and let an IMAX film transport them to another world. The Tech Museum has captured the essence of Silicon Valley and put it all under one roof. …

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