Welcome to the AI Resources Pages!
As a service to its members and the international AI community, AAAI is pleased to provide links to pages that provide additional information about the science of artificial intelligence. Some of these resources are provided by AAAI; however many others are pages supported by other AI organizations (listing does not necessarily indicate affiliation or endorsement by AAAI)
General Information about AI
To learn more about the science of artificial intelligence, visit AAAI's AI Topics page. This page is the best starting place for anyone wanting to learn more about the field—especialy students.
The Calendar of Events, published quarterly in AI Magazine lists upcoming AI conferences, workshops, symposia, and other educational events from around the world.
The AI International site contains information about AI societies, universities with AI programs, and laboratories conducting AI research.
- Universities with AI Programs and Groups
- AI Societies and Organizations
- Labs (mostly without University affiliation)
- AI International Web site
AAAI Presidential Addresses
Every other year, the current AAAI President delivers an important speech about AI to the attendees of the National Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Many of the presidential addresses delivered by past presidents were published in AI Magazine and are available at the following location:
AAAI Policy Papers
AAAI members and officers have created white papers dealing with artificial intelligence and governmental policy.
AAAI has an active publications program. The links here are to information about the publications produced by the Association. (The last two links provides information on other publications and journals produced by outside organizations.)
AAAI sponsors a number of conferences, workshops, symposia, and other meetings each year. This page provides links to all those activities
Many sites contain source information about artificial intelligence. The AI Topics pages mention many of them. The following page contains additional links that may be of interest to the AI researcher:
AAAI Member's Library
AAAI's electronic member's library, containing abstracts and full text of the papers presented at most AAAI meetings (abstracts and contents lists are available to the public; access to full papers is restricted to members).