SCS Faculty Awards|
School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
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Computers and Thought Award: International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI)
The Computers and Thought Award is awarded bi-annually to an outstanding
young scientist working in the field of artificial intelligence.
- Carlos Guestrin, 2009
Computers and Thought Lecture:
- Tuomas Sandholm, 2003
For his contributions to computational economics and the theory
and practice of negotiation and coalition formation techniques used
in electronic commerce.
Computers and Thought Lecture: "Making Markets and Democracy Work: A Story of Incentives
- Tom Mitchell, 1983
Computers and Thought Lecture: "Learning and Problem-Solving
- ALUMNI RECIPIENTS
- Peter Stone, 2007
For his contributions to machine learning in multi-agent systems,
particularly in collaborative and adversarial dynamic environments.
Computers and Thought Lecture: "Learning and Multiagent Reasoning for Autonomous Agents