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 Robotics Laboratory - Stanford University  
At the Stanford Robotics Laboratory, research is conducted on a number of core topics, including manipulation, machine learning, navigation, vision, tactile sensing, and reasoning. The goals of this research are to make robots both autonomous and dexterous, to increase the self-sufficiency of existing robots, and to enable robots to accomplish very delicate tasks.

 CS Research Area: Intelligent Systems - UC Berkeley  
Particular strengths of the Berkeley effort are the integration of AI, probabilistic, and control-theoretic approaches to intelligent systems, the combination of rigorous foundations with large-scale intelligent systems development and the close collaborations within the group and with other outstanding UC Berkeley faculty across many disciplines.

 AI group - Georgia Tech  
They cover a broad spectrum of Artificial Intelligence research, including the representation and organization of knowledge; the acquisition of knowledge through learning and instruction; and the use of experiential and other knowledge in design, explanation, language processing, problem solving, software understanding, intelligent systems, robotics, and perception.

 Intelligent Systems and Robotics group - Georgia Tech  
The goal of the Intelligent Systems and Robotics group in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech is to understand and design systems which use intelligence to interact with the world, making computer controlled systems more autonomous and ubiquitous.

 Vision and Robotics Lab - University of Rochester  
The Computer Science vision, robotics, virtual reality and psychophysics laboratory is designed to support research on anthropomorphic robotic systems, human-machine interaction, and human performance.

 Enterprise Integration Laboratory - University of Toronto  
The Enterprise Integration Laboratory research will enable businesses to develop, manufacture, sell, deliver and support products and services with unprecedented speed, flexibility, quality and economy. EIL research explores the creation of Enterprise Integration concepts in a bi-directional manner, in that it is simultaneously theory and application driven; an underlying philosophy to this research is that solving real problems leads to breakthrough research.

 Artificial Intelligence Research Group - Worcester Polytechnic Institute  
AIRG members share interests in the theory and applications of knowledge-based systems.

 AI Lab - MIT  
The Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has been an active entity at MIT in one form or another since at least 1959. Its goal is to understand the nature of intelligence and to engineer systems that exhibit intelligence. The MIT AI Lab believes that vision, robotics, and language are the keys to understanding intelligence, and research is particularly oriented in these directions.

 Intelligent Systems Program  
The Intelligent Systems Program at the university of Pittsburgh serves as a center at the university for advanced education and research in artificial intelligence and some related areas of cognitive science. Drawing on strengths from many sectors of the university, and on over thirty funded research projects, the program offers a strong, well balanced core curriculum in the fundamentals of AI and many opportunities for advanced research and training.
The scope of the program is broad, but offers concentration in specific areas such as: diagnosis, knowledge representation, machine learning, intelligent tutoring, natural language generation and discourse, planning, case based reasoning, and problem solving.

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