We are an AI research group at the University of Auckland. We are engaged in artificial intelligence research and development from both the industrial and the academic side. Our research interests cover a wide range of topics across the modern AI world, including deep learning, reinforcement learning, multi-agent systems, natural language processing and complex network analysis. This research group is led by Dr. Jiamou Liu.
Three papers accepted to AAMAS 2023. Two from Yang Chen and Libo Zhang and one from Mengxiao Zhang.Nov 10, 2022
Two papers accepted to AAAI 2023. One from from Yifei Wang and one is coauthored by Jialing He (BIT) and Yang Chen.June 16, 2022
Qiming Bao's paper 'Multi-Step Deductive Reasoning Over Natural Language: An Empirical Study on Out-of-Distribution Generalisation' has been accepted at NeSy2022 (Neural-Symbolic Learning and Reasoning), which is part of IJCLR conference. NeSy is a major venue for neural-symbolic computing and is the annual meeting of the Neural-Symbolic Learning and Reasoning Association.