Research in AI within the Computer Science Department at the University of California, Los Angeles is loosely composed of three interacting and cooperating groups: (1) the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, at 3677 Boelter Hall, which is concerned mainly with natural language processing and cognitive modelling, (2) the Cognitive Systems Laboratory, at 4731 Boelter Hall, which studies the nature of search, logic programming, heuristics, and formal methods, and (3) the Robotics and Vision Laboratory, at 3532 Boelter Hall, where research concentrates on robot control in manufacturing, pattern recognition, and expert systems for real-time processing.
The AI lab at the Courant Institute at New York University (NYU) is pursuing many different areas of artificial intelligence (AI), including natural language processing, vision, common sense reasoning, information structuring, learning, and expert systems. Other groups in the Computer Science Department are studying such AI-related areas as text analysis, parallel Lisp and Prolog, robotics, low-level vision, and evidence theory.
Wilson, David C. (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) | Leland, Suzanne (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) | Godwin, Kenneth (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) | Baxter, Andrew (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) | Levy, Ashley (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) | Smart, Jamie (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) | Najjar, Nadia (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) | Andaparambil, Jayakrishnan (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
Public school choice at the primary and secondary levels is a keyelement of the U.S. No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). If aschool does not meet assessment goals for two consecutive years, bylaw the district must offer students the opportunity to transfer to aschool that is meeting its goals. Thus we have developed an online,content-based recommender system, called SmartChoice. Itprovides parents with school recommendations for individual studentsbased on parents' preferences and students' needs, interests,abilities, and talents.
In order for next-generation expert systems to demonstrate the performance, robustness, flexibility, and learning ability of human experts, they will have to be based on cognitive models of expert human reasoning and learning. We call such next-generation systems cognitive expert systems. Research at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the University of Connecticut is directed toward understanding the principles underlying cognitive expert systems and developing computer programs embodying those principles. The Causal Model Acquisition System (CMACS) learns causal models of physical mechanisms by understanding real-world natural language explanations of those mechanisms.
At Singularity University's inaugural Global Summit, Neil Jacobstein, chair of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, provided a primer showing how artificial intelligence literally transforms everything it touches. As important as hardware is to AI, large data sets are where machine learning algorithms really learn by refining hypotheses iteratively. Here's a clip of Jacobstein highlighting the AI revolution from the recent Exponential Finance conference: Clearly, the AI revolution is already here, but we've only scratched the surface on what's to come. Before disrupt industries one by one with a difficult transition for billion people, AI should disrupt Neoliberalism first.