Prof. Raj Reddy and Prof. Feigenbaum Named to AI Hall of Fame
Prof. Raj Reddy, Prof. Feigenbaum Named to Artificial Intelligence Hall of Fame The IEEE Computer Society's IEEE Intelligent Systems magazine has chosen Prof. Raj Reddy, the Mozah Bint Nasser Professor of Computer Science and Robotics and Prof.Edward Feigenbaum, Stanford University professor emeritus and PhD alum of Carnegie Mellon, and eight other trailblazers in artificial intelligence research as inductees into the inaugural IEEE Intelligent Systems Hall of Fame.
The magazine's editorial and advisory boards launched the annual Hall of Fame contest to express appreciation and respect for the pioneers who have made significant contributions to the field of Artificial Intelligence and intelligent systems and to honor them for their notable impact and influence on the field and society.
Prof. Raj Reddy and Prof. Edward Albert Feigenbaum were joint recipients in 1994 of the A.M. Turing Award in recognition of their work designing and building large-scale AI systems and demonstrating the practical importance and potential commercial impact of AI technology.
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