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Dr Caro Lucas

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Prof. Risto Miikkulainen

University of Texas http://nn.cs.utexas.edu/?risto

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Founding Developer of WordPress

Matt Mullenweg is the founding developer of WordPress, the blogging software that runs thousands of sites around the world.

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Emma Norling

http://cfpm.org/~emma/ Publications:

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Rodney Brooks – Roboticist

Dr. Rodney Brooks is the former Director (1997 – 2007) of the MIT Artificial Intelliigence Laboratory and then the MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL).

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Open Real-Time Strategy Game source code

Open RTS Micheal Buro ORTS is a programming environment for studying real-time AI problems such as pathfinding, dealing with imperfect information, scheduling, and planning in the domain of RTS games. These games are fast-paced and very popular. Furthermore, the current state of RTS game AI is bleak which is mainly ...

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Agent Group at RMIT

The Agents Group is part of the “Intelligent Systems” area within the School of Computer Science and Information Technology. The group has basically two main areas of reasearch: agent reasoning (e.g., goal reasoning, plan coordination, failure recovery, goal-plan conflict/resolution, etc.) and agent-oriented software engineering (e.g., design, testing, software methodologies & ...

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Prof. Katia Sycara

Katia Sycara is a Research Professor in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University and holds the Sixth Century Chair (part time) in Computing Science at the University of Aberdeen in the U.K. She is also the Director of the Laboratory for Agents Technology and Semantic Web Technologies ...

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Prof. Tim Finin

Tim Finin is a Professor in the Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department at UMBC, the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Finin is a member of the UMBC ebiquity group where he is working on projects involving social media, the semantic web, intelligent agents, and pervasive computing.

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