Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Cnet Article - U.S. looks to replace human surveillance with computers

At the recent Semantic Technology for Intelligence, Defense, and Security Conference (STIDS 2012) two CMU researchers presented their work that includes some interesting Lisp based tools.


ACT-R the theory is embodied in ACT-R the software, as a set of functions and algorithms implemented in Common Lisp. Since the ACT-R implementation lives in Lisp, the aspiring cognitive modeler must also have access to some Lisp environment, or use the standalone version of the ACT-R Environment.