3 Learning from Artificial Intelligence’s
The History of Expert Systems
David C. Brock
16 AI Rebel Agents
Alexandra Coman, David W. Aha
27 Year One of the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE:
Case Studies in “AI for Good”
Sean McGregor, Amir Banifatemi
40 Alexa Prize — State of the Art in Conversational AI
Chandra Khatri, Anu Venkatesh, Behnam Hedayatnia,
Ashwin Ram, Raefer Gabriel, Rohit Prasad
56 On Reproducible AI:
Towards Reproducible Research, Open Science,
and Digital Scholarship in AI Publications
Odd Erik Gundersen, Yolanda Gil, David W. Aha
69 Integrating Artificial and Human Intelligence
in Complex, Sensitive Problem Domains:
Experiences from Mental Health
Munmun De Choudhury, Emre Kiciman
81 AAAI News
96 AAAI Conferences Calendar
Cover: Rebel AI by
James Gary, New York, New York.
VOLUME 39, NUMBER 3 Fall 2018 ISSN 2371-9621 (online) ISSN 0738-4602 (print)
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