frames of reference for scientific and technological activities committees The Scientific and Technological Activities Commission (STAC) has special responsibilities that are specified in its frame of reference, which was published in the August 1980 BULLETIN (61, 824). Committees have been established by the Council on the recommendation of the Scientific and Technological Activities Commission to coordinate viewpoints and stimulate activity in any scientific or technological subject of interest to the Society. A Committee on Artificial Intelligence Applications to Environmental Science was established by the Council in October 1988. The frame of reference for this committee follows. Current frames of reference for the other committees appear in the August 1987 BULLETIN (68, 1004-1016). Committee on Artificial Intelligence Applications to Environmental Science The term artificial intelligence denotes a large body of advanced computer techniques that are useful to meteorologists and those working in related disciplines. Society members concerned with artificial intelligence include forecasters who wish to improve forecast skill, psychologists who wish to improve the human fore- casting environment by using intelligent and human computer assistance, statisticians who are interested in evaluating the performance of both humans and machines, researchers who wish to create an organized, modified base of current meteorological
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1989
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