CONALDConference on Automated Learning and Discovery
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To brainstorm about these and similar questions, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) recently hosted the Conference on Automated Learning and Discovery (CONALD).
CONALD, which took place in June 1998, drew approximately 250 participants.
A key objective of the CONALD meeting was to investigate the role of a cross-disciplinary approach.
This list is based on the outcomes of the individual workshops, the invited talks, and various discussions that occurred in the context of CONALD. Virtually all these topics are cross-disciplinary in nature.
We believe that CONALD has successfully contributed to an ongoing dialogue between different disciplines that, for a long time, have studied different facets of one and the same problem: decision making based on historical data.
"La Commission Nationale de Lutte Contre la Drogue" (CONALD), under the Minister of Interior, has policy and legislation to support the Government of Haiti's commitment to combat drug trafficking, narco-terrorism, and money laundering in Haiti.
The presidentially-appointed permanent Commission Against Drug Abuse and Money Laundering (CONALD) continued to oversee the counternarcotics work of Haitian agencies across the Finance, Interior, and Justice ministries and across various Haitian National Police (HNP) directorates.