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palindrome (pronounced with a short a): examples–mom, dad, otto, tenet, … you get the picture… Palindrome (pronounced with a long a): an answer to a question that makes as much sense read backwards…

AAMAS 2009 and ICJAI 2009

Keen to connect your work on logic, probability, and decision making (a.k.a. Formal Epistemology) to computer scientists’ work on logic, probability, and decision making (a.k.a. Artificial Intelligence)? Then consider two upcoming conferences.

Are you ODD?

No, I’m not yelling “odd!”. I’m talking about oppositional defiant disorder, a mental disorder introduced in 1980 to the DSM IV. For discussion, see “Brainstorm: Oppositional and Defiant–Or Critical Thinker?” Here’s a memorable quote: In 1980, the American Psychiatric Association … Continue reading