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Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence for Cognitive Sciences

Publications
Book chapter
Community Detection in Feature-Rich Networks Using Gradient Descent Approach

Shalileh S., Mirkin B.

In bk.: Complex Networks & Their Applications XII: Proceedings of The Twelfth International Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications: COMPLEX NETWORKS 2023, Volume 2. Springer, 2024. Ch. 15. P. 185-196.

Article
An Effective Partitional Crisp Clustering Method Using Gradient Descent Approach

Shalileh S.

Mathematics. 2023. Vol. 11. No. 12.

Book chapter
Classification Using Marginalized Maximum Likelihood Estimation and Black-Box Variational Inference

Shalileh S.

In bk.: Data Analysis and Optimization. In Honor of Boris Mirkin's 80th Birthday. Springer, 2023. P. 349-361.

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The Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence for Cognitive Sciences (AICS) research focuses on (i) applied AI projects in the field of psychology or neuro-linguistic and (ii) developing multi-model computation methods. We have members from computer science, cognitive neuroscience and cognitive psychology. AICS was founded by Dr. Joe MacInnes in 2018, with a research focus on computational models of vision. In 2022 Dr. MacInnes joined the faculty of computer science at Swansea University, and Dr. Soroosh Shalileh replaced him. Under the new lab’s head, the AICS research focus has been changed accordingly. Refer to «About the Laboratory» for more details.

News

On December 12, the head of our laboratory, Dr. Shalileh Soroosh, was invited to have a talk in the seminar "SCILA and Charybdis" of the Laboratory of Social and Cognitive Informatics.
December 26, 2023
Dr. Shalileh Soroosh took part in the "4ᵗʰ International Webinar on AI ML, Data Science and Robotics"
December 26, 2023
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