Personalized Agents: AAAI Fall Symposium 2002
A personalized agent is idealized as an always-on autonomous program that acts as personal assistant for a specific user. The agent usually "lives" in a virtual world, has access to data about its user, and is empowered to act on its user's behalf in a variety of tasks. We believe that a key component to a successful personalized agent is learning from the user, both supervised and unsupervised. This symposium focused on the unique issues that arise when developing adaptive learning methods for such agents.
Deadline for final submission of camera ready copy: October 10, 2002. Details on submissions are available at the Fall Symposium web site. Your paper should be no longer than 8 pages, including all figures and references. Please, do NOT include page numbers in your camera-ready papers.
Symposium Dates: Friday November 15 - 17, 2002
Symposium Location: Sea Crest Conference Center in North Falmouth, MA.
Charles Isbell firstname.lastname@example.org