Predictive Analytics

March/April 2015

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The guest editors of this special issue on predictive analytics discuss how they split submissions between macro and micro levels, with the March/April installment covering the macro scale and May/June covering micro. All three articles are nice exemplars of predictive analytics, encompassing novel insights, key nuances, rigorous analytical methods, large-scale experimentation, and interesting findings and takeaways for important application domains. Read full article »

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Defeating Terrorist Networks with Game Theory

Defeating Terrorist Networks with Game Theory

This column discusses the problem of identifying key members of a terrorist network. Game-theoretic centrality measures offer solutions but also raise computational challenges, but these challenges can be overcome. Read full article »

An Anarchy of Methods: Current Trends in How Intelligence Is Abstracted in AI

An Anarchy of Methods: Current Trends in How Intelligence Is Abstracted in AI

How should intelligence be abstracted in AI research? Which subfields, techniques, and abstractions are most promising? Why do researchers bet their careers on the particular abstractions and techniques of their chosen subfield of AI? This article discusses these big-picture questions, drawn from an AAAI Fall Symposium. Read full article »


Call for Nominations — AI's 10 To Watch

AI's 10 to Watch

IEEE Intelligent Systems will once again be selecting 10 young AI scientists to feature as "AI's 10 to Watch" in an upcoming issue. See 2013's Class »

To submit nominations, please email IEEE Intelligent Systems' Editor in Chief, Daniel Zeng, with the names, affiliations, and web page URLs of the nominated candidates, along with a short paragraph explaining why they should be considered young stars in the field. The nominees must have received their Ph.D. degrees in the past five years (Jan. 2010–Dec. 2014). Nominations are due by March 25, 2015.