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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

WWWAC LOOKS INTO THE FUTURE OF THE INTELLIGENT INTERNET

General Meeting to focus on Intelligent Software Agents

NEW YORK, May 6, 1999 - The World Wide Web Artists' Consortium (WWWAC) has set the agenda for the May 13 general meeting. This month's discussion will examine Intelligent Software Agents and how they will revolutionize the Internet.

WWWAC General Meeting Information

Why: WWWAC will be taking a look at intelligent software agents. Get up to speed on the latest technology to revolutionize the Internet.

When: Thursday, May 13, 1999, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (doors open at 6:00 PM) Where: The Canadian Consulate, 1251 Avenue of the Americas at 50th Street, New York

Price: Free to WWWAC members; $10 for non-members (non-members can join WWWAC at the event)

Speakers:

David Wang, an IBM Media Lab Fellow at MIT's Media Laboratory, is part of the Software Agent's Group founded by Dr. Pattie Maes (founder of Firefly Network). His work focuses on e-commerce research and the use of agents to create a virtual marketplace.

Christopher Graham, the managing director of TrustedEngines.com, is responsible for the development and deployment of electronic commerce software products that capitalize on the potentially explosive demand for intelligent software agent technology.

About WWWAC

The World Wide Web Artists' Consortium (http://wwwac.org/) is a global organization based in New York's Silicon Alley community. WWWAC's mission is to be a catalyst for the growth of the Internet as a creative and business environment and a forum for communication and collaboration, both in New York and beyond. It is governed by a 15 member board of directors, elected annually. WWWAC general meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month. WWWAC also sponsors special interest groups (SIGs) which meet on a regular basis.

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