Reports on the 2016 AAAI Fall Symposium Series

@article{AlvesOliveira2017ReportsOT,
  title={Reports on the 2016 AAAI Fall Symposium Series},
  author={Patr{\'i}cia Alves-Oliveira and Richard Gabriel Freedman and Daniel H. Grollman and Laura Herlant and Laura Humphrey and Fei Liu and Ross Mead and Frank Stein and Tom Williams and Shomir Wilson},
  journal={AI Mag.},
  year={2017},
  volume={38},
  pages={86-90}
}
The AAAI 2016 Fall Symposium Series was held Thursday through Saturday, November 17–19, at the Westin Arlington Gateway in Arlington, Virginia adjacent to Washington, DC. The titles of the six symposia were Accelerating Science: A Grand Challenge for AI; Artificial Intelligence for Human-Robot Interaction, Cognitive Assistance in Government and Public Sector Applications, Cross-Disciplinary Challenges for Autonomous Systems, Privacy and Language Technologies, Shared Autonomy in Research and… 
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