Newsletter (2012 – 2017)

VOL2, ISSUE2 – 2013

Vol2-issue2-2013The latest issue of IIIM’s newsletter is out now!

In this issue read about: our successful efforts with Rögg ehf to improve search-and-rescue operations and CEO Rögg Baldvin Hansson’s interview on how he turned an inspired idea to practical implementation; IIIM Managing Director Kristinn R. Thórisson’s thoughts on publication licensing; highlights from IIIM & CADIA’s Open Day; and much more from the ever-changing field of AI.

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VOL2, ISSUE1 – 2013

Vol2-issue1-2013Take a look at our latest newsletter and read about Bala Kamallakharan’s views on IIIM and the startup environment in Iceland. You can also get a glimpse at a future filled with robotics through reading Frank Tobe’s article on robotics startups.

Interested in IIIM’s history and want to know about it’s early days? Then Kristinn R. Thórisson’s article is a must-read! You can also gain insight into the proceedings of the AGI Summer School that was held at Reykjavik University last summer, where many fundamental AI challenges were addressed and discussed.

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Vol1, issue2 – 2012

Newsletter Vol1-issue2-2012The IIIM has put together a new issue of its newsletter. In it, you’ll find highlights from several projects our researchers have been involved in.

Please take a look. In this issue you can find introductions to Claudio Pedica’s Impulsion Project, Gudrun Fema’s project on the human heart, and an article on Dr. Ben Goertzel’s views on the future of Artificial General Intelligence and Cognitive Synergy.

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Vol1, issue1 – 2012

Screen Shot 2015-03-25 at 15.42.44Here at IIIM we are excited to share with you our first newsletter! The aim of the newsletter is to cast light on the research projects we’re working on, events related to the field of AI and IIIM’s collaborations.

In this first newsletter you can read about Dr. Yngvi Björnsson’s account on IIIM’s andCADIA’s collaboration and Dr. Jacky Mallett’s article on Simulating Modern Banking Systems. There is also a pieces on the RU hosted “Humanobs Constructivist Workshop“, where researchers from around the world came together in a search for answers in the growing field of Artificial General Intelligence.