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This category is for sites that give information about academic departments, academic research groups, or any other type of academic unit (not industry, not commercial) that is actively involved in working with artificial intelligence.

For the title of your site, please submit Name of Parent Institution first, then name of Group. Example: Mississippi State University - AI Laboratory.

Please list the topics covered on the site, without going into detail.

This category is for sites that give information about academic departments, academic research groups, or any other type of academic unit (not industry, not commercial) that is actively involved in working with artificial intelligence.

For the title of your site, please submit Name of Parent Institution first, then name of Group. Example: Mississippi State University - AI Laboratory.

Please list the topics covered on the site, without going into detail.

Please include Web sites that focus on commercial applications of Software Agents here.
Intelligent Agents and Multi Agent Systems are relatively new, but fast-growing fields of research in Artificial Intelligence. Agents are essentially independently functioning (sub)programs. Intelligent agents are autonomous and often have the capability to learn. Agents can be employed to a variety of tasks, such as information retrieval, process monitoring and negotiating tasks. You can also find additional agent resources in the Computers : Programming : Agents category.
Bayesian networks are used to show and calculate the effects of pieces of knowledge on each other. They are strongly related to expert systems, but use probability theory to calculate those effects and can therefore easily deal with problems like uncertainty and missing data.
Every submission should start with the country and then city or town the seminar is held in. Please keep the web site fully up to date. Seminar series often die off, and out of date pages indicate a series demise, and will be removed.
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This category is on artificial intelligence projects that use Internet sites to gather large amounts of data from motivated members of the public.
If you have a site with multiple datasets do not submit a link for each dataset but just a link to the main page.
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Please submit sites here that are specifically about chat(ter)bots.
Natural Language Processing has two major sub-categories: text and speech. Both include activities like: recognizing distinct words, deciding what part-of-speech the word is, parsing an utterance into phrases, generating new text/speech and translating text/speech from one language to another. Each of these steps has its own community of researchers.
All sites are welcome to submit. Some suggested, but not limited to, areas of content: agents including autonomous, belief networks, knowledge representation, cognitive studies, natural language and computational linguistics, theoretical computing, cognitive architecture, and general discussion of philosophical topics in AI.

Research Centers, Institutions, Graduate programs, and all �facility� specific sites will be included in Computers: Artificial Intelligence: Philosophy: Research Centers

Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence is an area for discussion on the combined disciples of the Philosophy of Mind with the scientific research, not restricted to Computer Science, into modeling, and replicating, human cognitive states in computing machinery. This category will focus on sites with resources, papers, discussions, and links are of interest.
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Please submit programming languages to:

Computers/Programming/Languages

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This category lists programming languages that are of special value in AI research and applications.
A statistically-based learning theory used in pattern recognition, regression estimation, and linear operation inversion.
Please submit sites that publish research work, whether online or on paper, related to either theory or applications of computer vision.
Topics related to machine vision (automated image analysis.)
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