Statistical Artificial Intelligence and Relational Learning Group is interested in making smart machines that humans can use reliably in their everyday lives. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made tremendous progress since its early days, and its advancement has helped shape the progress of research in many other fields. Traditionally, AI is used with either the logical approach to address structured problems or with the statistical approach to handle uncertainty. Our research interests lie at the intersection: advancement and application of algorithms that can do both.
05 Oct 2018 Prof. Natarajan is attending PROBPROG 2018 at MIT
Prof. Sriraam Natarajan is attending PROBPROG 2018 held at MIT, Cambridge from Oct 4th to Oct 6th, 2018. Our lab has ...
02 Oct 2018 We are delighted to announce that Prof. Sriraam Natarajan is one of the speciality cheif editors for frontiers
Prof. Sriraam Natarajan is serving on the editorial board as one of the speciality chief editors in the area of Machi...
02 Oct 2018 Prof. Sriraam Natarajan is the invited speaker at CoDS-COMAD 2019
Prof. Sriraam Natarajan is the invited speaker at CoDS-COMAD 2019 to be held in Kolkata, India from 3rd to 5th Jan, ...
26 Sep 2018 Devendra is attending CHASE 2018 in Washington D.C
Dev is attending CHASE 2018 for his paper on Drug Drug interaction.
25 Sep 2018 NSF Eager Award for Sequential Decision Making
We are pleased to announce that our NSF Eager proposal has been accepted:
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