2007 AAAI Fall Symposium Series

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2007 AAAI Fall Symposium Series


The 2007 AAAI Fall Symposium Series will be held Friday through Sunday, November 9-11, at the Westin Arlington Gateway, Arlington, Virginia, adjacent to Washington, DC. The symposium series will be preceded on Thursday, November 8 by a one-clay AI funding seminar, which will be open to all registered attendees of FSS-07. The titles of the seven symposia are as follows:

* AI and Consciousness: Theoretical Foundations and Current Approaches. Cochairs: Antonio Chella (University of Palermo, chella@unipa.it) and Riccardo Manzotti (IULM University, Milan, riccardo.manzotti@iulm.it)

* Artificial Intelligence for Prognostics. Organizers: Gautam Biswas (Vanderbilt University), Piero Bonissone (GE Global Research), Kai Goebel (RIACS, NASA Ames Research Center), Andrew Hess (Consultant and retired, US Navy-JSF Program Office), Michael Roemer (Impact Technologies), Serdar Uckun (NASA Ames Research Center), and George Vachtsevanos, Georgia Institute of Technology

* Cognitive Approaches to NLP. Organizers: Jerry Ball (Air Force Research Laboratory,), Krishna Jha (Lockheed Martin Advanced Technologies Laboratories), Sergei Nirenburg (University of Maryland Baltimore County), Marjorie McShane (University of Maryland Baltimore County)

* Computational Approaches to Representation Change during Learning and Development. Cochairs: Clayton T. Morrison (University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute) and Tim Oates (University of Maryland Baltimore County)

* Emergent Agents and Socialities: Social and Organizational Aspects of Intelligence. …

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