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.
11 Jul 2018 Sriraam Natarajan to talk on 'Human Aware Statistical Relational AI' @ StarAI
Catch Sriraam Natarajan talking about Human Aware Statistical Relational AI at StarAI workshop on 14th July, 2018.
25 Jun 2018 'Human-Guided Learning for Probabilistic Logic Models' published at Frontiers in Robotics and AI
Advice-giving has been long explored in the artificial intelligence community to build robust learning algorithms whe...
07 Jun 2018 Submission on Kernel Learning from Heterogeneous Similarities accepted to CHASE
“Drug-Drug Interaction Discovery: Kernel Learning from Heterogeneous Similarities” was accepted to CHASE, IEEE Confer...
07 Jun 2018 Submission on 'Active Feature Elicitation accepted to IJCAI
“Whom Should I Perform the Lab Test on Next? An Active Feature Elicitation Approach” was accepted at International Jo...
22 Feb 2018 Sriraam Natarajan Awarded with Amazon Faculty Award
Professor Sriraam Natarajan is a recipient of the 2017 Amazon Research Awards for work on “Guiding Probabilistic Lear...
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