Summary presented to the Platform Technical Committee in Nashville, Tenn., on 27 September 2019. Note that some of the items in this summary may have been superseded by work done after the meeting.
On 27 September, the PTC met and a motion was made to adopt the AI PTF Charter, and make Bobbin Teegarden (OntoAge) and Claude Baudoin (cébé) its co-chairs. Evan Wallace (NIST) spotted another omission in the AI scope, the correction of which was accepted as a friendly amendment. The motions to (a) dissolve the AI PSIG, (b) form the AI PTF, both passed by white ballot.
A discussion ensued on what happens to the Agent PSIG, which had apparently “morphed” into the AI PSIG. Several people argued that there is still a specific set of agent technologies to discuss, and that we need to maintain a focus on those rather than risk seeing them forgotten inside the AI PTF. A motion was made to revive the Agent PSIG, with its pre-Amsterdam charter and co-chairs (Bobbin Teegarden, Zack Hashemi, and Jim Odell as c0-chair emeritus). This motion passed by white ballot too.
None since the TF didn’t exist yet.