Computational Cognitive Systems
We conduct research on adaptive, autonomous and socio-culturally
grounded cognitive systems that are able to learn and use language. We
apply and develop computational methods, models and frameworks for
adaptive machine translation and socio-cognitive multiagent systems.
See our publications,
timo.honkela at tkk.fi or
krista.lagus at tkk.fi.
Main research areas
In addition to the basic research conducted within the framework
of the Center of Excellence funded by the Academy of Finland,
we are involved in the following externally funded projects:
- In September 2008, we organized AKRR'08 conference on Adaptive Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.
- In November
2006, we were involved in organizing SCAI 2006, Scandinavian Conference on Artificial Intelligence
- Within the KULTA project, Timo Honkela
visited California in November 2006, including visits to Stanford University, Google,
Nokia RC Palo Alto,
UC Berkeley, and
UC Santa Barbara
- In June 2005, we organized AKRR'05 conference on Adaptive Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.
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