Factual correction on Queen Mary University of London wiki pageEdit

Hi Aloneinthewild,

Please advise what did I remove that I did not like?

AIAIEdit

Hello Aloneinthewild. I was checking in on the Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute (AIAI) Wikipedia entry.

As background, AIAI was involved in AI applications work at the University of Edinburgh form 1983 to 2019 and in the last decade has been a part of a research institute in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh has now changed its name to the Artificial Intelligence and its Applications Institute, with the same acronym of AIAI, to indicate its previous history. But we do want to be able to see public information on the history of this research institute.

You recently replaced the entire Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute entry with a simple redirect to the School of Informatics page which entirely loses the contextual information.

It would be helpful if you could reverse the redirect initially and then perhaps we can discuss a change to the entry near its head to show that the Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute existed from its creation in 1983 until 2019 when it morphed into the Artificial Intelligence and its Applications Institute. That reinstated entry will also let us back link from the School of Informatics introductory paragraph which explained the existing groups at Edinburgh brought together to establish the School of Informatics.

Best wishes, Austin Tate

Update 27-Jun-2020... hello again. I have tried to put back in place a short form modified article to achieve the aim of providing a little information on the long standing and early AI applied research group with international reach. Let me know if you still feel some change is needed, but lets not just do a redirect to the much larger 600 person School of Informatics unit which loss the historical connection and convenient link to the many web resources available that document muih early AI applications history and has a web site that goes back to the very beginnings of the WWW. Thanks and best wishes, Austin Tate

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