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Alexandra Coman (PhD, Lehigh University, 2013) is a senior manager at Capital One. She was previously an NRC
postdoctoral research associate with the Adaptive Systems
Section at NRL in Washington, DC, and an assistant professor of computer science at Ohio Northern University. Her
research experience and interests include cognitive architectures, AI planning, case-based reasoning, goal reasoning,
AI ethics, affective computing, and narrative intelligence.
David W. Aha (PhD, University of California, Irvine, 1990)
leads NRL’s Adaptive Systems Section in Washington, DC.
His interests include mixed-initiative intelligent agents (for
example, that employ goal reasoning models), deliberative
autonomy, machine learning, and case-based reasoning,
among other topics. He has co-organized 35 events on these
topics (such as ICCBR- 17), hosted 13 post-doctoral
researchers, served on 20 PhD committees, created the UCI
Repository for ML Databases, was a AAAI Councilor, and
gave the Robert S. Engelmore Memorial Lecture at IAAI- 17.