Livehoods: Understanding the Dynamics of our Cities: Norman Sadeh at TEDxYale City 2.0





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Published on Jan 3, 2013

Norman M. Sadeh is a Professor in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. Over the past dozen years, his research has focused in the areas of mobile and pervasive computing, cybersecurity, online privacy, user-oriented machine learning, and semantic web technologies with a focus on mobile and social networking. Norman is known for his work in AI planning and scheduling, agent-based supply chain management, workflow management, automated negotiation. Products based on his research have been deployed and commercialized by IBM, Mitsubishi, Boeing, and many others.

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