Artificial Intelligence: It’s More Than a Movie NASA

Engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory will talk about the real artificial intelligence work that takes place at NASA in a live webcast, scheduled for June 29, 2001, at 11 a.m. Pacific Time. Dr. Edward Tunstel, lead robotics engineer on the FIDO rover, a test model for the twin NASA rovers that will go to Mars in 2003, will speak about rover autonomy of the past and future. Dr. Larry Matthies, Supervisor, Machine Vision Group, will talk about his work on machines with human vision capability. Barbara Engelhardt and Russell Knight of JPL’s Artificial Intelligence Software Group, will answer questions on use of artificial intelligence software on future missions.