William Clancey

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for Research on Learning), John McDermott (Yale University), and Pat Hayes (University of Illinois). Participants at the workshop included AI researchers, cognitive psychologists, social scientists, philosophers, and representatives of many other disciplines interested in expertise. In addition to keynote presentations by Harry Collins (University of Bath,(More)
This Blue Sky presentation focuses on a major shift toward a notion of “ambient intelligence” that transcends general applications targeted at the general population. The focus is on highly personalized agents that accommodate individual differences and changes over time. This notion of Extended Ambient Intelligence (EAI) concerns adaptation(More)
All but one of our commentators stress (as we did) the diversity of forms taken by the doctrine of situated action. The exception, William Clancey (1993), embraces and reifies a holistic version of the SA doctrine that brings together a trinity, consisting of (1) the whole environment, (2) the brain depicted as a network of neurons, and (3) the "agent,"(More)
The Brahms Generalized Überlingen Model (Brahms-GÜM) is a cognitive-behavioral simulation of aviation work practices that reveals how normally complicated situations become cognitively complex for people in a dynamic environment of malfunctioning tools and non-routine workload. Brahms-GÜM was developed by analyzing and generalizing the roles, systems, and(More)
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