Artificial Intelligence: A Rand Perspective

  • Philip Klahr
  • Donald A. Waterman

Abstract

This article presents a brief history of artificial intelligence research at the Rand Corporation. Rand has long been a leader in the field of AI, beginning with the seminal work of Newell, Shaw , and Simon some thirty years ago, and continues with recent work in expert systems and knowledge-based simulation. This article traces the major accomplishments in AI at Rand with particular emphasis on Rand's research during the past decade. The references highlight the major Rand documents on AI and related subjects.
Published
1986-06-15
Section
Articles