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post Feb 14, 2008, 08:19 PM
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I'd like to find a place on the internet to exchange ideas with people about AI, but I have studied it such an extensive level that it is difficult to find anyone. The only things that I can stand to spend my time reading are actual academic publications. But those are a one-way street where one posts and another reads. There is no EXCHANGE of ideas.

Does anyone have some good links to AI discussion forums? I have speant hours googling to no avail. I am not interested in the SingInst. And the comp.ai.* newsgroups have all been overrun by trolls and grad students "calling for all papers" for seminars on campuses that are hundreds of miles away from me.

Thanks for your help
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post Feb 15, 2008, 01:44 PM
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Check out the Computational Intelligence Society of the IEEE:

http://www.ieee-cis.org/

They don't have online discussion, but you might find a workshop or tutorial at one of their conferences.
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Thanks for the link.
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