The problem of intelligence - of the nature of it, of how the brain generates it and how it could be replicated in machines - is one of the greatest problems in science today, and arguably the most important one.
Announcing a new reading group focused on mathematical and computational models of language representation, learning, and processing. Topics will be organized into modules and based on the research interests of attendees.
Class Times: Friday 11:00-2:00pm
Instructors: Shimon Ullman and Tomaso Poggio (TA Ethan Meyers)
Office Hours: TBA
Email Contact: email@example.com
Previous Class: FALL 2012
MIT Intelligence Initiative Fellow Tim O'Donnell is part of a new collabroative project, "The VerbCorner Project," hosted by GamesWithWords.org (host of a number of large-scale Web-based research projects.)
We are now accepting applications for the second round of MIT Intelligence Initiative (I2) Postdoctoral Fellowships. This program is designed to enhance and showcase interdisciplinary research on intelligence at MIT. The fellowship will be awarded only to candidates with an established independent research programs and who propose innovative research bridging at least two different MIT labs. Each Fellow will be required to organize at least one synergistic activity, such as a workshop or symposium.