Our internationally recognised academic team conduct leading research and contribute cutting-edge developments in the field of human-like AI.
The human-like AI research theme addresses the following topics:
- affective computing – the study and development of computing that deliberately incorporates human emotion
- augmented cognition – a form of human-system interaction that links user and computer via physiological and neurophysiological sensing of the user's mental state
- computational semantics – the study of how to extract, represent and reason with meaning
- contextual reasoning – reasoning with and about human context (e.g. environmental, human behaviour, human intentions).
Find out more about some of our research projects.
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