(International-Lisp-Conference-Day-3)

Wednesday October 30th: áááá ROBOTICS & AI

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Talks

Morning Track 1

7:00-8:00

Registration

8:00-8:40

Paul Roberston

Doll Inc.

Handling real world complexity: The self adaptive software approach

8:45-9:25

Carolyn Talcott

Stanford University

Distributed Object Reflection

9:30-10:10

Richard Wallace

AliceBot

The Anatomy of A.L.I.C.E.

10:10-10:30

Break

10:30-11:10

Hugh Loebner

Crown Industries Inc.

The Loebner Prize

11:15-11:55

Marcus P. Zillman

BotTechnology.com

The Latestá Happenings in Bots and Intelligent Agents

12:00-12:40

Adi Sideman

Oddcast Inc.

Visualizing Bot Engines on the Internet and Devices

 

Morning Track 2

7:00-8:00

Registration

8:00-8:40

Shiro Kawai

Square USA

Gluing Things Together - Scheme in the Real-time CG Content Production

8:45-9:25

Vladimir Kulyukin

Utah State University

Input Recognition in Voice Control Interfaces to Autonomous Agents

9:30-10:10

Guiseppe Attardi

UniversitÓ di Pisa

Embeddable Common Lisp & Lisp.NET

10:10-10:30

Break

10:30-11:10

Frank Glassner

Villanova University

LISP and Lego MindStorms: Perfect Together?

11:15-11:55

Daniel Polani

University of Hertfordshire

James Bond Meets RoboCop

 

Afternoon Track

12:40-1:45

Lunch

1:45-2:35

Richard Gabriel - Keynote

Sun Microsystems

The Road Not Taken

2:40-3:10

Barbara Hayes-Roth

Extempo Inc.

<TBA>

3:15-3:55

Doug Lenat

Cycorp Inc.

Lisp and Common Sense: Are They Allies or Adversaries?

3:55-4:15

Break

4:15-4:55

Manuela Veloso

Carnegie-Mellon University

World Modeling and Coordination for Multi-Robot Systems

5:00-5:40

Michael Genesereth

Stanford University

<TBA>

5:45-6:25

Howard Shrobe

MIT AI Lab

Building Survivable Information Systems

6:00-7:00

DivaBot Pageant

7:00-8:30

Dinner

8:30-9:30

ALU Board Meeting