|Overview||Areas of Specialty|
The Artificial Intelligence (AI) laboratory at the University
of Michigan comprises a multidisciplinary group of
researchers conducting theoretical, experimental, and
applied investigations of intelligent systems. Current
projects include research in rational decision making, distributed
systems of multiple agents, machine learning,
cognitive modeling, design, game theory, collaboration
technology, natural language processing, machine perception,
spatial reasoning, and robotics. |
Research in the AI laboratory tends to be highly interdisciplinary, building on ideas from computer science, linguistics, psychology, economics, biology, controls, statistics, and philosophy. In pursuing this approach, laboratory faculty and students work closely with colleagues throughout the University. This collaborative environment, coupled with our unusually diverse perspectives leads to a valuable interchange of ideas within and across research groups. Listed here are the major areas of research on AI at the University of Michigan.
|Faculty (Show All)
Atkins, Ella M.
Baveja, Satinder Singh
Durfee, Edmund H
Eustice, Ryan M.
Holland, John H.
Laird, John E.
Polk, Thad A.
Scott, Clayton D
Syed, Zeeshan H.
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Ground Robotics Research Consortium
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PeRL: The Perceptual Robotics Laboratory
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