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AI '88: 2nd Australian Joint Artificial Intelligence by William J. Clancey (auth.), Christopher J. Barter, Michael

By William J. Clancey (auth.), Christopher J. Barter, Michael J. Brooks (eds.)

The huge target of this convention sequence is to deliver company, and researchers jointly to contemplate the present actions and destiny power of synthetic intelligence, encompassing either useful and theoretical matters. Many papers have been submitted, together with a few from Canada, France, united kingdom, united states, Sweden, Italy and Thailand.

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We quickly rounded up a few GIs lurking outside the commissary and, within an hour, had our refrigerator full enough to last for four days. A quick trip to the PX and we bought up our month’s ration of booze, soda pop and cigarettes. We were ready. Lil suggested that we spend our last night of freedom eating out in a well-known Chinese restaurant deep in the heart of Cholon. We all agreed, grabbed our purses and rushed outside to hail a pedicab. Off we went to the Dong Khanh Hotel, which was built in the traditional Chinese style of five floors.

Of course, we set out to con any American who came our way to buy us food from the commissary. There were lean times, but boy, when someone came in our door with a case 26 Between the Battles of steaks, fresh butter and eggs under his arm, anything we had was his. We were allowed to eat in mess halls, but only as a guest of an American. After a while, the doorman at Five Oceans BOQ (Batchelor Officers’ Quarters), which was the BOQ closest to our office, became used to us begging for admittance for a feed and he let us in without much of a scene.

We arrived by helicopter and were smuggled under cover of dusk into waiting jeeps and driven to the house. Penny, Kerry, Carmen and I were shown our room and we showered (cold water) and changed. We had pretty long dresses for the occasion. When we went into the party room, as usual, we were the only girls present. The room opened onto a balcony and we sat outside in the night air, enjoying the cool and talking to the guys. Most of them hadn’t seen a white female for months and we were all plied with questions.

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