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 Multiagent Systems Research Group - Washington University  
The Multiagent Systems Research Group, under the direction of Assistant Professor Tuomas Sandholm, is concerned with designing, analyzing and implementing sophisticated AI systems consisting of multiple agents. Special focus is on the coordination of self-interested agents in open systems.
http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~mas/

 The Artificial Intelligence Group  
The Artificial Intelligence Group is one of the larger groups in the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It is pursuing a broad range of topics that include knowledge representation, learning, vision, reasoning, robotics, information systems, and planning. These directly relate to two of the Institute's themes: biological intelligence and human-computer intelligent interaction. These themes permeate the group's studies, including numerous interactions with outside faculty. Application areas include molecular biology, manufacturing, control theory, and scheduling.
http://www.beckman.uiuc.edu/research/hcii/ai.html

 Artificial Intelligence Lab  
Located at the University of Arizona, in the Management Information Systems Department, the Artificial Intelligence Lab, headed by Dr. Hsinchun Chen, is an internationally-known research group in the areas of digital libraries, intelligent retrieval, collaborating computing, and knowledge management. The group is distinguished for its adaptation and development of scalable and practical artificial intelligence, neural networks, genetic algorithms, statistical analysis, computational linguistics, and visualization techniques.technologies.
http://ai.bpa.arizona.edu/

 Biomimetic Underwater Robot Program  
This program of the Marine Science Center at the Northeastern University is undertaking the implementation and in-water testing of two classes of biomimetic autonomous underwater vehicles. The first is an 8-legged ambulatory vehicle that is based on the lobster and is intended for autonomous remote-sensing operations in rivers and/or the littoral zone ocean bottom with robust adaptations to irregular bottom contours, current and surge. The second vehicle is an undulatory system that is based on the lamprey and is intended for remote sensing operations in the water column with robust depth/altitude control and high maneuverability.
http://www.neurotechnology.neu.edu/

 The Department of Artificial Intelligence  
The Department of Artificial Intelligence is a part of the School of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of New South Wales, Australia. The mission of the Department of Artificial Intelligence is to use computational models to study the nature of intelligence, to use what is learnt from this study to construct useful tools, to train students in developing intelligent systems and thereby to assist in social and technological development.
http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~aishare/

 AI at the University of New South Wales  
The Department of Artificial Intelligence is a part of the School of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of New South Wales, Australia. The mission of the Department of Artificial Intelligence is to use computational models to study the nature of intelligence, to use what is learnt from this study to construct useful tools, to train students in developing intelligent systems and thereby to assist in social and technological development.
http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~aishare/

 
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