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  • Planning, Executing, and Evaluating the Winograd Schema Challenge

    The Winograd Schema Challenge was proposed by Hector Levesque in 2011 as an alternative to the Turing Test. Chief among its features is a simple question format that can span many commonsense knowledge domains. Questions are chosen so that they do not require specialized knoweldge or training, and are easy for humans to answer. This article details our plans to run the WSC and evaluate results.

    The Big Promise of Recommender Systems

    Recommender systems have been part of the Internet for almost two decades. Dozens of vendors have built recommendation technologies and taken them to market in two waves, roughly aligning with the web 1.0 and 2.0 revolutions. Today recommender systems are found in a multitude of online services. They have been developed using a variety of techniques and user interfaces. They have been nurtured with millions of users’ explicit and implicit preferences (most often with their permission). Freque...

    A Predictive Model for Satisfying Conflicting Objectives in Scheduling Problems

    The economic viability of a manufacturing organization depends on its ability to maximize customer services; maintain efficient, low-cost operations; and minimize total investment. These objectives conflict with one another and, thus, are difficult to achieve on an operational basis. Much of the work in the area of automated scheduling systems recognizes this problem but does not address it effectively. The work presented by this Ph.D. dissertation was motivated by the desire to generate good...

    Letters to the Editor

    Response to Levinson's letter to the editor.

    The 2005 International Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society Conference (FLAIRS-05): A Report

    The Eighteenth International Conference of the Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society was held May 15-17, 2005, at the Hilton Clearwater Beach Resort in Clearwater Beach, Florida, located on 10 acres of powder-white beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. The general chairs were Larry Holder and Diane Cook of the University of Texas at Arlington. Ingrid Russell of the University of Hartford and Zdravko Markov of Central Connecticut State University served as program chairs. This article pres...
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