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As part of DARPAs Personalized Assistant that Learns (PAL) program, SRI and team members are working on developing a next-generation "Cognitive Agent that Learns and Organizes" (CALO).
SPARK is a Belief-Desire-Intention style agent framework grounded in a model of procedural reasoning.
The following are in reverse chronological order of publication.
Conley, K. and Carpenter, J. Towel: Towards an Intelligent To-Do List, in Proceedings of AAAI Spring Symposium on Interaction Challenges for Artificial Assistants, Stanford, CA, March 2007. [PDF, Details]
Myers, K. and Berry, P. and Blythe, J. and Conley, K. and Gervasio, M. and McGuinness, D. and Morley, D. and Pfeffer, A. and Pollack, M. and Tambe, M. An Intelligent Personal Assistant for Task and Time Management. AI Magazine, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 47-61, Summer 2007. [PDF, Details]
Berry, P. and Conley, K. and Gervasio, M. and Peintner, B. and Uribe, T. and Yorke-Smith, N. Deploying a Personalized Time Management Agent, in Proceedings of the Fifth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi Agent Systems (AAMAS06) Industrial Track, Hakodate, Japan, pp. 1564-1571, May 2006. [PDF, Details]
Berry, P. M. and Albright, C. and Bowring, E. and Conley, K. and Nitz, K. and Pearce, J. P. and Peintner, B. and Saadati, S. and Tambe, M. and Uribe, T. and Yorke-Smith, N. Conflict Negotiation Among Personal Calendar Agents, in Proceedings of AAMAS06 Demonstration Track, Hakodate, Japan, pp. 15641571, May 2006. [PDF, Details]