The focus of the Artificial Intelligence research group is constraint programming, natural language processing, machine learning and adaptive and learning agents. The group's research is strongly interdisciplinary with links into biology, HCI (Human Computer Interaction), psychology and biochemistry.
The research of the Artificial Intelligence group is concerned with the theoretical principles of artificial intelligence and their practical application to real-world domains. The group's research focuses on the areas of constraint programming for problem solving, adaptive and learning agents, statistical relational learning, natural language processing and learning, and artificial intelligence for games and interactive drama. The group was formed on 1 October 1999 by the merger of the Intelligent Systems and Machine Learning groups.
Senior Member: Suresh Manandhar
Contact Person: Suresh Manandhar
The Artificial Intelligence Research Group outside the new Computer Science building.
"We have proposed a novel approach that does away with the need of human input for the creation of large multilingual dictionaries."
Research area: Learning of Language from Multilingual Resources