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David W. Aha (PhD, University of California, Irvine, 1990) leads NRL’s Adaptive Systems Section, within the Navy Center for
Applied Research in AI, in Washington, DC.
His interests include mixed-initiative intelligent agents (for example, that employ goal
reasoning models), deliberative autonomy,
explainable AI, case-based reasoning, and
machine learning, among other topics. He
has co-organized 35 events on these topics,
launched the UCI Repository for ML Databases, served as an AAAI councilor, cocreat-ed AAAI’s AI video competition, and led
evaluation teams for four DARPA or ONR