THE AIM OF THE AIA 1993
In the modern societies, the complexity of the systems under human management, the high risk related to the results of human errors, and the high risk of the unexpected consequences of planned actions require a support to human inferences and decision making, i.e. require some autonomous intelligent tools.
There are many forums for the presentation of papers on Artificial Intelligence but the intention of the organizers of this informal meeting is to contribute to the establishing of a COMMON POINT OF VIEW on existing Al technologies and current results of cognitive research.
- paradigms, methodologies and methods of their conceptualizations
and analysis, and
The conclusions of the AIA93'sdiscussions will be summarized and published in the AIA'94 Proceedings.
A.M. Gadomski (Program Com.Chairman)
J. M. Zytkow
Univ. di Roma 'La Sapienza"
Academy of Sciences
Univ.of North Carolina
Univ. of South California
The Open University
SRI - Polish Academy of Sciences
Intel. Corp. MST
Univ. of Napoli
National Research lnstitute
Wichita St. Universfty
The activity of this Committee was highly appreciated by the organizers.