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By Yolanda Gil
AAAI recently announced the new $1M AAAI Squirrel AI Award for AI for the Benefit of Humanity. The award recognizes positive impacts of AI to protect, enhance, and improve human life in meaningful ways with long-lived effects.
By Pascal Bercher, Daniel Holler, Gregor Behnke, Susanne Biundo, Vikas Shivashankar, Ron Alford
Hierarchical planning has attracted renewed interest in the last couple of years. As a consequence, the time was right to establish a workshop devoted entirely to hierarchical planning – an insight shared by many supporters. In this paper we report on the ﬁrst ICAPS workshop on Hierarchical Planning held in Delft, The Netherlands, in 2018 as well as on the second workshop held in Berkeley, CA, USA, in 2019.
By Karen Myers
“Hello! This is Nils Nilsson calling!!” Or so the booming voice on the other end of the line claimed, as I skeptically held the phone in my hand on a Sunday afternoon mid-way through my final semester as an undergraduate in Toronto. I had been in my dorm room preparing for a mid-term in my Introduction to Artificial Intelligence course, in fact reading through the textbook which Nils himself had authored.
To the AI Community
AAAI would like to wish all of our members, affiliated volunteers, and the greater international AI community all the best during this most challenging time. Read more on AAAI.org..
As a scientific society, AAAI is against the violence against Black people and the systemic racism that has gone unaddressed for too long. Read more on AAAI.org…