Fujitsu Professor of Computer Science and Engineering (EECS Dept), and Director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A pioneer in the field of robotics.
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Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory conducts research in many aspects of intelligence. Our aims are two-fold: to understand human intelligence at all levels, including reasoning, perception, language, development, learning, and social levels, and to build useful artifacts based on intelligence.