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Developing an Online Dispute Resolution Environment: Dialogue Tools and Negotiation Support Systems in a Three-Step Model

  title={Developing an Online Dispute Resolution Environment: Dialogue Tools and Negotiation Support Systems in a Three-Step Model},
  author={Arno R. Lodder and John Zeleznikow},
Although artificial intelligence (AI) is commonly associated with anthropomorphic computers performing amazing feats, as in movies like The Matrix and Minority Report, AI is actually a much broader field of study whose results are not always mind-blowing. So what is AI? Basically, AI involves the study of automated human intelligence. This includes both practically-oriented research, such as building computer applications that perform tasks requiring human intelligence, and fundamental research… Expand

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