Basic Artificial Intelligence Research at the Georgia Institute of Technology

@article{Goel1991BasicAI,
  title={Basic Artificial Intelligence Research at the Georgia Institute of Technology},
  author={Ashok K. Goel and Ronald C. Arkin and Kurt P. Eiselt and Janet L. Kolodner and Daryl T. Lawton and Ashwin Ram},
  journal={AI Magazine},
  year={1991},
  volume={12},
  pages={17-32}
}
The AI research group in the College of Computing currently consists of six full-time academic faculty members: Ronald C. Arkin, Kurt P. Eiselt, Ashok K. Goel, Janet L. Kolodner, Daryl T. Lawton, and Ashwin Ram. It also includes Richard Billington, a full-time research scientist, and about 20 graduate students. As a group, we cover a fairly large portion of the AI research spectrum, including the use of knowledge in problem solving, language processing, explanation, perception, and robotics… CONTINUE READING

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