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.
The paper 'From Local to Global Norm Emergence: Dissolving Self-reinforcing Substructures with Incremental Social Instruments' has been accepted at ICML 2021: International Conference on Machine Learning 2021.May 6, 2021
The paper 'Generating Relevant and Coherent Dialogue Responses using Self-Separated Conditional Variational AutoEncoders' has been accpedted at ACL 2021: Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 2021.April 9, 2021
Our group attends the first New Zealand AI Workshop held at hobbiton, Hamilton. Jiamou Liu is invited to give a spotlight on 'the theory and application of structural entropy'. All PhDs will introduce their work at the poster session.