Artificial Intelligence Group
The Artificial Intelligence Group at UCSD engages in a wide range of theoretical and experimental research. Areas of particular strength include machine learning, reasoning under uncertainty, and cognitive modeling. Within these areas, students and faculty also pursue real-world applications to problems in computer vision, speech and audio processing, data mining, bioinformatics, and computer security. The Artificial Intelligence Group is part of a larger campus-wide effort in Computational Statistics and Machine Learning (COSMAL). Interdisciplinary collaborations are strongly supported and encouraged.
(02/17) Mengting Wan receives the Microsoft Research Fellowship. Congratulations, Mengting!
(09/16) Fragkiskos Malliaros joins UCSD as an ITA-Data Science Fellow. Welcome, Fragkiskos!
(09/16) Julian McAuley and Yisong Yue are organizing the Southern California Machine Learning Symposium
at Caltech on November 18.
(09/16) Angelique Taylor wins an NSF GRFP and a Google Anita Borg Award. Congratulations, Angelique!
(09/16) Laurel Riek and collaborators receive a 1M dollar grant from NSF to improve human robot interaction. Congratulations!
(09/16) New faculty Laurel Riek joins us. Welcome to UCSD, Laurel!
(08/16) New faculty Ndapa Nakashole will be joining us in Jan 2017. Welcome, Ndapa!
(08/16) Akshay Balasubramani
defended his thesis, and will be joining Stanford University as a postdoctoral researcher. Congratulations, Akshay!