AI '88: 2nd Australian Joint Artificial Intelligence by William J. Clancey (auth.), Christopher J. Barter, Michael

By William J. Clancey (auth.), Christopher J. Barter, Michael J. Brooks (eds.)

The huge aim of this convention sequence is to carry company, and researchers jointly to think about the present actions and destiny power of synthetic intelligence, encompassing either functional and theoretical matters. Many papers have been submitted, together with a few from Canada, France, united kingdom, united states, Sweden, Italy and Thailand.

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