2000 ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces

  • Henry Lieberman


The 2000 Association of Computing Machinery Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI -- 2000) was held in New Orleans, Louisiana, from 9-12 January. This conference occupies the currently hot area that lies midway between the traditional fields of AI and computer-human interaction (CHI). For AI practitioners, this conference represents a good venue for learning about both how to design user interfaces for AI applications and how to use AI techniques to improve the user experience with more conventional applications. This year's conference drew the largest audience yet for an IUI conference, but the conference still remains at a manageable, single-track size. A wide range of high-quality presentations, tutorials, demonstrations, and invited speakers provided a bridge between the AI and CHI communities.
How to Cite
Lieberman, H. (2000). 2000 ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces. AI Magazine, 21(2), 75. https://doi.org/10.1609/aimag.v21i2.1508
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