Oral history interview with Raj Reddy, 1991 June 12.


Oral history interview with Raj Reddy, 1991 June 12.

Reddy discusses his work in artificial intelligence (AI), especially speech recognition, from his graduate work at Stanford University through his research as a principle investigator on Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) grants at Carnegie-Mellon University. Other topics include: the interaction of researchers at the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, DARPA funding of AI research, the expansion of the principle investigator community over time, and the various directions of AI research from the 1960s to the 1980s.

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University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

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