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   Strategic information disclosure to people with multiple alternatives
Azaria A., Rabinovich Z., Goldman C., Kraus S. ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology 5(4): 1-21, 2014.  Type: Article

The issue of persuasion games, where one player, the agent, tries to influence the behavior of the other, the user, is considered in this paper. In the cases considered here, the agent is assumed to have knowledge that the user does no...

Apr 29 2015
  Engineering general intelligence, part 1: a path to advanced AGI via embodied learning and cognitive synergy
Goertzel B., Pennachin C., Geisweiller N., Atlantis Publishing Corporation, Paris, France, 2014. 450 pp.  Type: Book (978-9-462390-26-3)

The field of artificial intelligence (AI) emerged in the 1950s with ambitious goals of constructing a thinking machine that would rival the human brain. Very quickly it was clear that the research and the technology of the era were not...

Jul 2 2014
  Mixed-initiative security agents
Greenstadt R., Afroz S., Brennan M.  AISec 2009 (Proceedings of the 2nd ACM Workshop on Security and Artificial Intelligence, Chicago, IL, Nov 9, 2009) 35-38, 2009.  Type: Proceedings

In this position paper, the authors advocate for a mixed-initiative approach in mitigating security decisions. Arguably, the decisions that (frequently, not well-informed) users make on the Internet often make them vulnerable to securi...

Jul 8 2010
  A symbolic approach to qualitative kinematics
Faltings B. (ed) Artificial Intelligence 56(2-3): 139-170, 1992.  Type: Article

Some methods of symbolic reasoning about the interaction between shapes and their function are summarized; the analysis is restricted to the interaction between pairs of two-dimensional objects, each with only one degree of freedom. Th...

Feb 1 1994
  Psychological characteristics of expert decision makers
Shanteau J., Springer-Verlag, London, UK, 1987.  Type: Book (9780387179865)

Shanteau begins “Psychological Characteristics of Expert Decision Makers” by citing quite a number of studies showing that experts are frequently both inaccurate (invalid results) and unreliable (imprecise results)....

Dec 1 1988
  Descriptive and prescriptive models for judgment and decision making: implications for knowledge engineering
Stewart T., Claude J., Springer-Verlag, London, UK, 1987.  Type: Book (9780387179865)

The authors introduce the subject of their paper by distinguishing between the models of decision making designed by knowledge engineers and psychologists, which are models of actual human cognitive processes (descriptive), and the mod...

Dec 1 1988
  Artificial intelligence: applications to logical reasoning and historical reseach
Ennals R. (ed), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY, 1985.  Type: Book (9789780470201817)

This book is mainly concerned with computer-aided instructions for teaching history, specifically with the use of logic programming and PROLOG. It comprises a collection of short papers, many of which have previously been published or ...

Apr 1 1986
  Communication with alien intelligence: it may not be as difficult as you think
Minsky M. BYTE 10(4): 127-138, 1985.  Type: Article

“When we first meet those aliens in outer space, will we and they be able to converse?” This rhetorical sentence opens a provocative, although naturally inconclusive, short paper by the famous artificial intelligenc...

Oct 1 1985
  Reverse engineering the brain
Stevens J. BYTE 10(4): 287-299, 1985.  Type: Article

Artificial Intelligence has two sides: mimicking human intelligence by performing similar tasks, and modeling the natural structures and functions. This article appears under a banner of “Artificial Intelligence,” p...

Oct 1 1985
  The challenge of open systems: current logic programming methods may be insufficient for developing the intelligent systems of the future
Hewitt C. BYTE 10(4): 223-242, 1985.  Type: Article

This is a short paper, running about 6 pages of actual text. The paper deals with collections of autonomous communicating machines trying to cooperate in order to produce intelligent behavior. The main point is that such systems, which...

Sep 1 1985
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