The Complex and Intelligent Systems group conducts cross-disciplinary research in studying fundamental issues in how information is transmitted, received, processed and understood in biological and artificial systems. In particular, the group carries out research on the theory, development and application of algorithms and problem-solving techniques in artificial intelligence and bio-inspired computation, ranging from machine learning theories and computational neuroscience to robotics.


Featured Talks:


Talking with Robots by Professor Janet Wiles

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Project Harlie


Project Harlie






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