The Dark Ages of AI: A Panel Discussion at AAAI-84

  title={The Dark Ages of AI: A Panel Discussion at AAAI-84},
  author={Drew McDermott and M. Mitchell Waldrop and B. Chandrasekaran and John P. McDermott and Roger C. Schank},
  journal={AI Mag.},
This panel, which met in Austin, Texas, discussed the "deep unease among AI researchers who have been around more than the last four years or so ... that perhaps expectations about AI are too high, and that this will eventually result in disaster." 
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