Artificial Intelligence at Rutgers

Rutgers has been an important center of AI research since the late Saul Amarel moved here from RCA Labs more than thirty years ago. Our research has always aimed to discover the fundamental computational principles underlying intelligent and adaptive behavior through the construction and analysis of proof-of-concept systems. That tradition continues today in our ongoing investigation of the core problems of perception, action, communication, learning and representation, and in our active interdisciplinary collaborations exploring the evolving role for machine intelligence in computer systems, data analysis, biology, medicine, engineering, cognitive science and information science. AI research thus pervades a range of labs and centers across the university.



Early Vision and the Geometry of Good Continuation

Steve Zucker, Yale

12-13-2005 1:00 PM
Psych 101

Biomimetic Reanimation of Paralyzed Limbs

Gerald E. Loeb, Alfred Mann Institute, USC

11-21-2005 11:00 AM
Lecture Hall (Room 101)

Programmable Reinforcement Learning Agents

David Andre, BodyMedia

11-16-2005 11:00 AM
CoRE A (Room 301)

Winning the DARPA Grand Challenge

Sebastian Thrun, Stanford

11-15-2005 11:00 AM
Lecture Hall (Room 101)

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