[robotics-worldwide] [Live Stream Saturday] 50 Years AI - Perspectives Symposium

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Thu Jun 15 04:43:40 PDT 2006


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                                  ---  50 Years AI  ---
                                 Symposium at KI 2006
	                       Saturday, June 17th, 2006
                      http://www.ai-conference.de/50yearsAI/


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This year, the Artificial Intelligence community celebrates the golden
anniversary of the 1956 Dartmouth Conference that marks the beginning
of AI as a research field. This symposium will take stock of the
promises and achievements of AI and looks ahead to the next 50 years.

MARVIN MINSKY (MIT), 
       "Father of AI" and one of the organizers of the 1956 Dartmouth 
       conference  
AARON SLOMAN (U Birmingham), 
       Philosopher and AI pioneer for Computers and Emotions
WOLFGANG BIBEL (Darmstadt), 
        AI pioneer in the area of automated deduction and intellectics
JOERG SIEKMANN (Saarbruecken, DFKI), 
        AI pioneer in theorem proving and multi-agend systems
SEBASTIAN THRUN (Stanford) and his vehicle "STANLEY", 
       winners of the 2005 Grand Challenge for autonomous vehicles.
WOLFGANG WAHLSTER (Saarbruecken, DFKI), 
	AI pioneer in natural language interaction, winner of many 
	awards, including the innovation prize 2002 of the President 
	of the Federal Republic of Germany
HIROSHI ISHIGURO (Osaka)  
        Roboticist; maker of  the  android "REPLIEE Q2"
STEFAN SCHMITT (Kippenberg-Gymnasiym, Bremen)
        Winner of the national "Jugend Forscht" Prize 2006

WILFRIED BRAUER (TU MUENCHEN/ Univ. Bremen)
        Moderator of the Symposium
										   

Contact: i2006 at informatik.uni-bremen.de http://www.ai-conference.de/ki06/


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