Computer science professor Judy Goldsmith was recently recognized by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) as a Senior Member. She joined 24 other honorees in the 2014 class.
According to the AAAI, Senior Member status is “designed to recognize AAAI members who have achieved significant accomplishments within the field of artificial intelligence. To be eligible for nomination for Senior Member, candidates must be consecutive members of AAAI for at least five years and have been active in the professional arena for at least ten years.” New Senior Members received a certificate and pin at the annual AAAI conference that was held in Quebec, Canada.
Dr. Goldsmith has taught computer science at the University of Kentucky since 1993. In 2013 she received the Henry Mason Lutes Award for Excellence in Engineering Education. She is the conference chair for the 2015 Algorithmic Decision Theory Conference that will be held in Lexington next September.