The Group's research is concerned with the theoretical principles of artificial intelligence and their practical application to real-world domains. Research focuses on four areas:
The Group's research is strongly interdisciplinary with links into biology, human computer interaction, linguistics, psychology and biochemistry.
The Artificial Intelligence group was formed, on the 1st October 1999, by the merger of the Intelligent Systems and Machine Learning groups.
We would be pleased to hear from researchers or potential postgraduate students who are interested in our work.