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Lauro Snidaro received his PhD (2006) in computer science
from the University of Udine, where he is now an associate professor. His main interests include data/information
fusion, computer vision, machine learning and multimedia. Appointed Italian member of several NATO Research
Task Groups on information fusion since 2003, Snidaro was
the lead editor of Context-Enhanced Information Fusion —
Boosting Real-World Performance with Domain Knowledge,
published by Springer in 2016. He is editor of the fusion
for signal/image processing and understanding area for the
Elsevier Information Fusion journal, and of the high level
fusion area for the ISIF Journal of Advances in Information
Jesus Garcia is an associate professor in the Computer
Science Department at the Universidad Carlos III de
Madrid. His main research interests are computational
intelligence, sensor and information fusion, machine vision,
traffic management systems and autonomous vehicles.
Within these areas, including theoretical and applied
aspects, he has coauthored more than 10 book chapters,
60 journal papers and 180 conference papers. He has served
on several advisory and programming committees in
organizations for IEEE, ISIF, and NATO. He is the chair of
the Spanish IEEE Chapter on Aerospace and Electronic
Systems since 2013 and appointed Spanish member of
several NATO-STO Research Groups.
James Llinas is a research professor emeritus and rounding
director of the Center for Multisource Info Fusion at the
State University of New York at Buffalo, New York, USA.
He is an internationally-recognized expert in sensor, data,
and information fusion, coauthored the first integrated
book Multi-Sensor Data Fusion, and has taught and lectured
internationally for more than 20 years on this topic. He
has also coedited and coauthored the Handbook of Data
Fusion, Distributed Fusion for Net-Centric Operations, and
most recently, Context Enhanced Information Fusion.
Erik Blasch is a program officer at the Air Force Office
of Scientific Research. He received a BS in mechanical
engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MS in mechanical, health science, and industrial
engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology; MS
in electronics, economics, and business from Wright State
University; and a PhD in electrical engineering from Wright
State University. He has compiled more than 750 papers,
21 patents, and 5 books focusing on robotics, information
fusion, and man-machine systems, starting with the 1994
AAAI Robot Competition Winner (AI Magazine 16( 2), 1995).
He is an ISIF member, AIAA Associate Fellow, SPIE Fellow,
and IEEE Fellow.
AI in Practice Returns to AAAI- 20
The AI in Practice program will again be featured at the AAAI conference. It will be held at AAAI- 20 on
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 in New York, NY, and will focus on emerging applications of AI in healthcare. The program aims to offer a venue for exchanging ideas among participants from different disciplines, from general computer science, to AI and ethics, to medicine and public health. The event program will include keynotes, invited talks, and a discussion panel. Speakers will include:
• Vivian Lee (Verily Life Sciences)
• Anesh Chopra (CareJourney and former first CTO of the United States)
• Isaac Kohane (Harvard Medical School)
• John Brownstein (Boston Children’s Hospital)
• Leo Celi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
For complete program information, visit aaai.org/Conferences/AAAI-20/ai-in-practice