By Raúl Monroy, Alan Bundy, Ian Green (auth.), Osvaldo Cairó, L. Enrique Sucar, Francisco J. Cantu (eds.)
Fifty years in the past, A. Turing expected that by means of 2000 we might have a computer that can move the Turing try. even supposing this won't but be real, AI has complex signi?cantly in those 50 years, and on the sunrise of the XXI century continues to be an activeandchallenging?eld.Thisyearisalsosigni?cantforAIinMexico,withthe merging of the 2 significant AI meetings into the biennial Mexican foreign convention on Arti?cial Intelligence (MICAI) sequence. MICAI is the union of the Mexican nationwide AI convention (RNIA) and the foreign AI Symposium (ISAI), geared up every year via the Mexican Society forAI(SMIA,since1984)andbytheMonterreyInstituteofTechnology(ITESM, since1988),respectively.The?rstMexicanInternationalConferenceonArti?cial Intelligence, MICAI 2000, came about April 11-14, 2000, within the urban of Acapulco, Mexico.ThisconferenceseekstopromoteresearchinAI,andcooperationamong Mexican researchers and their friends around the world. We welcome you all. Over 163 papers from 17 di?erent international locations have been submitted for attention to MICAI 2000. After reviewing them completely, MICAI’s software committee, referees, and application chair accredited 60 papers for the foreign music. This quantity comprises the written model of the papers and invited talks provided at MICAI. we want to recognize the aid of the yankee organization for Arti?cial Intelligence (AAAI), and the foreign Joint convention on paintings- cial Intelligence (IJCAI). we're particularly thankful for the nice and cozy hospitality and generosity o?ered by way of the Acapulco Institute of Technology.