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 ECAL 2001: Sixth European Conference on Artificial Life  
9/10-14/2001, Prague, Czech Republic
Artificial Life is an interdisciplinary scientific and engineering enterprise aimed at understanding life-as-it-is and life-as-it-could-be, and at synthesizing life-like systems and phenomena on the basis of chemical, electronic, software, and other artificial media and situated in corresponding environments.

 L'Internet : anarchiste ou anarchiviste ?  
By Guy Bertrand, 05/28/1998, Canada
This article is the opening conference of the 27th convention of the association of archivists in Québec, the subject was "the managment of archives at the era of networks". The question is the relevance or not of archiving today, while many intelligent agents are able to find the information.

 The O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer Conference  
02/14-01/2001, San Francisco, CA
The O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer Conference covered everything from file sharing systems to distributed computation, Web services, and p2p architectures for mobile and embedded systems. The content was hard-core technical, as well as having a strong business track, covering business models, market opportunities, and application case studies for peer-to-peer technologies.

 Les XXIX Entretiens De Medecine Physique Et De Readaptation  
07-09/03/2001, Montpellier, France
One of the conferences of the 19th Conference on Physical Medicine and Readaptation (XXIXes Entretiens De Medecine Physique Et De Readaptation) was on "Robotics, home automation and disability". It covered the development of "Handy the Robotic Aide To Independent Living", the robotics applied to recovering mobility, "non-manual" commands for wheelchairs, the history of home automation, robotics, etc.

 2001 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2001)  
2001 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2001), Special Track on Coordination Models, Languages and Applications was held at Las Vegas, NV, USA. Major topics of interest included Novel models, languages, programming and implementation techniques; theoretical aspects (semantics, reasoning, verification); coordination of multi-agent systems (models, technologies and applications), including mobile and intelligent agents; coordination technologies and systems; etc.

 Knowledge Technologies 2001  
04-07/03/2001. Austin, United States.
KT2001 or the Knowledge Technologies 2001 was designed as a conference that would provide a bridge between communities that have no forum for interaction. KT2001 provided a meeting of the minds, so that each knowledge community could learn from the other for mutual benefit. The conference topics included: Knowledge Acquisition, Knowledge Modeling, Knowledge Interchange, Knowledge Access and Navigation, Topic Maps and XTM, Ontologies and Taxonomies, The Business of Knowledge, Resource Description Framework, Electronic Media Management and Semantic Web.

 Symposium on Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems  
03/22-23/2001. University of York, United Kingdom.
The goal of the Symposium on Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems was to increase awareness and interest in adaptive agent research, encourage collaboration between Machine Learning experts and agent system experts, and give a representative overview of current research in the area of adaptive agents. The symposium served as an inclusive forum for the discussion on ongoing or completed work in both theoretical and practical issues.

 2nd Workshop on Physical Agents  
03/15-16/2001, Madrid, Spain.
The Spanish-Portuguese Workshop on Physical Agents intended to be a forum to allow the exchange of knowledge and experience related to agent concepts in physical contexts, mainly in control and autonomous robot coordination: robotics, mobile robots, industrial processes or complex systems. The topics covered included Multi-Agents Systems, Mobile Robotics, Micro Robotics, Physical Agents, etc.

 Models and Methods of Analysis for Agent Based Systems Workshop  
04/07/2001, Genova, Italy.
When agent-based systems with high degrees of autonomy are released into a loosely constrained environment, they may interact with other systems about which they have little knowledge. It is difficult, but necessary, to predict what the large-scale behavior of such systems might be. The principal aim of this workshop is to bring together those with expertise in analysis and experience in building or managing large scale agent based systems.

 AAAI Spring Symposium Series 2001  
03/26-28/2001, Stanford University
This intensive programme of seven symposia was presented by the American Association for Artificial Intelligence. Among the highlights were "Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Entertainment", an attempt to continue the recent interaction between the interactive entertainment industry and the AI research community, and "Robotics and Education", which collected experiences in successful deployment of robots in classrooms and other educational venues.

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