IJCAI Computers and Thought Award

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The IJCAI Computers and Thought Award is presented every two years by the International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), recognizing outstanding young scientists in artificial intelligence. It was originally funded with royalties received from the book Computers and Thought (edited by Edward Feigenbaum and Julian Feldman), and is currently funded by IJCAI.

It is considered to be "the premier award for artificial intelligence researchers under the age of 35".[1]

Award recipients[edit]

for his contributions to both the approach of semantic parsing for natural language understanding and better methods for learning latent-variable models, sometimes with weak supervision, in machine learning. [2]


  1. ^ Spice, Byron (August 11, 2003), "College Professor in Pittsburgh Wins Award for Artificial Intelligence Program", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News, (Subscription required (help)) .
  2. ^ IJCAI-16 Computers and Thought Award

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