This is the Executive Summary of the community report. The full report is due out for public comment by the end of April 2019.
Artificial Intelligence Roadmap
One cannot get through the day without some acknowledgment of Artificial Intelligence (AI), whether it’s something in the news or a direct interaction with an AI system. However, there is still much basic research to be done in the area.
In order to obtain broad community input for the Roadmap, a series of three workshops were held in the Fall/Winter of 2018/2019. Feedback from the community was gathered at a Townhall at AAAI and via numerous other communication channels to different groups of stakeholders. The resulting Roadmap is synopsized in the Executive Summary, as well as in the reports from the individual workshops, which will be available below when they are complete.
Townhall: A 20-year Roadmap for AI Research
On January 28th, roadmap chairs Yolanda Gil and Bart Selman, along with workshop chairs Marie deJardins, Ken Forbus, Kathy McKeown, Dan Weld, and Tom Dietterich, presented the discussions and findings of the workshops during a townhall meeting at AAAI-19. Watch the full video of the presentation and Q&A on the townhall webpage.
April: Draft report released to the community
May: Community feedback collected
June: Released to the community
Please stay tuned to the CCC Blog for information on the report and its release.
- Ann Drobnis, CCC Director
- Mark D. Hill, CCC Chair / University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Liz Bradley, CCC Vice Chair / University of Colorado
- Maja Matarić, University of Southern California
- Nina Mishra, Amazon
- David Parkes, Harvard University
- Daniel Lopresti, Lehigh University
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Previous Similar Activities
Robotics Roadmap – In 2009, the CCC released A Roadmap for US Robotics, From Internet to Robotics (Robotics Roadmap). The Robotics Roadmap explored the capacity of robotics to act as a key economic enabler, specifically in the areas of manufacturing, healthcare, and in the service industry, 5, 10, and 15 years into the future and was influential in developing 2011’s National Robotics Initiative (NRI). An updated version of the Robotics Roadmap was released in November 2016 and it expands on the topics discussed in the 2009 roadmap as well as addressing the areas of public safety, earth science, and workforce development. You can read the full 2016 roadmap here.
NITRD Working Group – On June 27, 2018, OSTP and the newly formed Select Committee on AI approved the formation of a new NITRD AI R&D IWG.
National Artificial Intelligence Research And Development Strategic Plan– Published in October 2016