Anuj Karpatne 


This issue is full of great new articles and stories! In our regular articles, we open with an event report by Louise Dennis on recent conferences relevant to SIGAI organized around the world. Louise Dennis then provides a summary of upcoming AI events. In the policy column, Larry Medsker covers recent policies on national strategy for AI laid down by the U.S. government, implications of AI on workplace transitions, President Trump's executive order on re-establishing the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST), and more. Our final regular column is our AI crosswords from Adi Botea. Enjoy! We have three contributed articles in our current issue. In the first article, Sharad Sinha and Clint George provide a summary of the events and activities of a recent workshop conducted in India on AI for high school students. In the second article, Trevor Watkins describes the Cosmology of Artificial Intelligence Project (CAIP) that uses innovative visualization techniques to present the evolution of the field of AI. In the third article, Virginia Dignum discusses how AI is progressively trending to become a multi-disciplinary field of reseach and the implications of this trend on the future of AI.


Anuj Karpatne 

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February 14, 2020
Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence
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Amy McGovern, Iolanda Leite, Anuj Karpatne: Welcome to AI matters 5(4). AI Matters 5(4): 3-4 (2019)