ABSTRACTS FINAL DEADLINE APPROACHING
A few slots remain, so IntelliFest is extending the due date for late abstracts to June 1. Submission will officially close then and all speakers will be notified shortly thereafter.
To submit a presentation abstract, please visit our Call for Presentations page.
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UPDATE: IntelliFest Announces 2013 Keynotes
IntelliFest is honored to welcome all of our keynote speakers of 2013! In date of appearance order:
Dr. Ellen Voorhees, Tuesday 11/8
Abstract: To Measure Is To Know
Ellen Voorhees is a member of the Retrieval Group in the Information Technology Laboratory at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Her specialty is information retrieval, search, and natural language processing, and her research focuses on developing and validating appropriate evaluation schemes to measure effectiveness in systems that process natural language text and search diverse media types. More…
Dr. Daniel Miranker, Wednesday 11/9
Abstract: Matching and Volume – Challenges of Scaling Pattern Matching
Daniel Miranker is a professor of Computer Science at the University of Texas – Austin and creator of the LEAPS and TREAT pattern matching algorithms. His research spans bio-informatics, the Semantic Web, ontologies and data integration, intelligent information systems, and Big Data Access Methods. He designed the first thousand-fold computer and was a founder of 5th Generation Computer Corporation, which commercialized that machine. More…
Dr. Ernest Friedman-Hill, Thursday 11/10
Abstract: Jess: Making My Own Rules
Ernest Friedman-Hill is a principal member of the technical staff at Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore, California. He is the creator of the popular Jess rules engine and the author of Jess In Action. His current work at Sandia includes the development of software for mechanical design and analysis. More…
on Reasoning Technologies
October 7-11 • Bahia Resort Hotel
San Diego, CA • USA
IntelliFest returns to the charming Bahia Hotel for 2013! Join us for a full program featuring:
- Single track technical conference for software and IT developers, programmers, engineers, and architects in the applied AI and rule-based domains.
- Welcoming Reception on Sunday, October 6.
- Technical Vertical Day on Monday, October 7.
- Two days of boot camps on Monday, October 7 and Friday October 11!
- Main Conference, Tuesday, October 8 through Thursday, October 10
- AM plenary sessions with guest keynotes each day!
- Hands-on, mini-camps all during the PM sessions of the main conference!
Topics include but are not limited to:
- Reasoning About Big Data AI and Cloud Computing
- AI and the Semantic Web
- Emerging Standards
- Latest News in Rule Engines
- … and much more!
Join Our Community!
IntelliFest is a multi-track, technical conference where software and IT developers and their managers can meet to learn about, to discuss, and to practice the state-of-the-art in reasoning technologies as they apply to creating intelligent products and services.
Much more than just a conference, IntelliFest is a Community of Practice centered on applied AI. IntelliFest is also a portal for transferring technical knowledge about implementing AI from developer to developer, from academic researcher to industrial practitioner, and vice versa.
Our community joins the two halves of the innovation equation: the business people who set the strategic visions and the developers who are tasked with making them a reality.
We support the inventors and researchers of new AI technology. We support the innovators of new products and services that use AI. And most importantly, we support the AI developers, engineers, programmers, and architects who are tasked with implementing those products and services.
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