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2007 | 17 | 9-18
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My AI or Five Theses about Artificial Intelligence after its 50th Birthday

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AIn a search for lessons learned from 50 years of history of AI, this paper presents a brief, subjective and personal history of the field. It then introduces five theses-prescriptions for what makes good AI research. The theses stem form the author's understanding of successes and failures of the field, and from his own experience as a long-standing and active member of the AI community. The five theses promote practicality, embeddedness, empirical verification, mathematical foundation, and scrutiny.
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  • S. Matwin, School of Information Technology and Engineering, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada
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08PLAAAA04288342
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bwmeta1.element.50e0e0dc-5fb3-37c4-997b-2ac281ab0b1c
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