Bulletin #4/5, November 2005
September/October 2005 issue : Artificial Intelligence for Homeland
In dealing with today's security problems, law enforcement, criminal
analysis, and intelligence communities face information overload but
opportunities for innovation. Many existing computer and information
techniques need to be reexamined and adapted for security applications.
insights from this unique domain could result in breakthroughs in data
visualization, knowledge management, and information security. This
issue reports on AI technologies, methods, and systems that are
this important emerging field.
Also in this issue: In Memoriam Rob Milne (1956--2005)
Sara Reese Hedberg This department looks back at the
life of Robert Milne, accomplished AI
academic, business entrepreneur, and mountaineer.
Volume 18, Number 3 / 2005
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