Web Page for The First IJCAI Workshop on AI and The
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The First International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and the Environment, held in
conjunction with the International Joint Conference on
Artificial Intelligence in Montreal, Canada 1995.
Cover for the first IJCAI workshop on AI
and the Environment.
About the image: Designed by Cindy Mason, created with Boris
Rabin, Ken Lindsay and Cindy Mason with computing support
from Megan Eskey and Peter Friedland.
Original Call for Papers
workshop brings together two diverse groups of people with the aim
of understanding the potential and problems of applying Artificial
Intelligence (AI) technologies to environmental studies and
The workshop provides an
important and timely forum for participating researchers,
scientists, and engineers to explore the novel problems
environmental studies present, and to examine the fruits of
traditional and non-traditional Artificial Intelligence
technologies as applied to environmental studies and engineering.
The objective of the workshop is to foster discussion, bringing
together the experience base of environmental scientists and
engineers with the information handling experience of AI theorists
workshop will focus on two topics:
Submit papers to the Chair, Cindy Mason
Palma Blonda, Instituto Elaborazione Segnali
ed Immagini, Italy. Co-chair
Cindy Mason NASA Ames Research Center,
Erik K. Jones, Victoria University of
Wellington, New Zealand.
Ken Lindsay, NASA Ames Research Center, USA.
Henry Lieberman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Brian Williams, NASA Ames Research Center, USA.
Stan Matwin, University of Ottawa, Canada.
Jim Peak, Computer Sciences Corporation, USA.
Nick Short, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA.
Roger King, Mississippi State University,