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B. Chandrasekaran ; Ohio State Univ., Columbus, OH, USA

As EIC (editor in chief) of IEEE Expert magazine, the author had to think about the AI field in global and strategic terms so that the magazine could guide its readers to the most vital information. In this capacity, he has inevitably developed some opinions about both the field and how the advances in it are presented to readers. He offers some loosely connected remarks about Al and the technology of intelligent systems. These views have their origin at least partly in his role as the EIC of IEEE Expert. The following areas are discussed: the state of the field, the quest for smart systems, AI as a provider of ontology, and knowledge level/symbol level confusion.<>

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IEEE Expert  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 6 )