Who speaks for AI?

@article{Eaton2016WhoSF,
  title={Who speaks for AI?},
  author={Eric Eaton and Thomas G. Dietterich and Maria L. Gini and Barbara J. Grosz and Charles Lee Isbell and S. Kambhampati and Michael L. Littman and Francesca Rossi and Stuart J. Russell and Peter Stone and Toby Walsh and Michael Wooldridge},
  journal={AI Matters},
  year={2016},
  volume={2},
  pages={4-14}
}
These are boom times for AI. Articles celebrating the success of AI research appear frequently in the international press. Every day, millions of people routinely use AI-based systems that the founders of the field would hail as miraculous. And there is a palpable sense of excitement about impending applications of AI technologies. 
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