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Proceedings of the First Annual MIDCA Workshop

Dustin Dannenhauer


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  "description": "<p>This report contains the proceedings of the First Annual MIDCA Workshop held at Wright State University on January 13th, 2017. MIDCA (Metacognitive Integrated Dual-Cycle Architecture) is an ongoing project of artificial intelligence research under Dr. Michael T. Cox of the Wright State Research Institute. MIDCA is a unique approach to artificial intelligence using explicit cognitive and metacognitive capabilities. The workshop \u00a0included talks on getting to know the MIDCA architecture, research projects using MIDCA, and demonstrations of its capabilities. A primary objective of the workshop was to enable users to have a better understanding of MIDCA and discuss future improvements and research areas. More information about MIDCA can be found at the github page: https://github.com/mclumd/MIDCA</p>", 
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