Collaborations in progress

The Cognitive Systems Institute helps create linkages between faculty and IBM Researchers to define cognitive system grand challenges with clear measurable business and societal impact that might be achievable in the next 3-5 years, with the goal of further advancing the field of cognitive systems research and increasing aligned national research investments.

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Here’s a sampling of some of the partners:

Peking University: Liwei Wang
Area: Machine Learning, Question Answering
IBM Songfang Huang; Yong Qin

Universität Basel: Konstantain Arnold, Torsten Schwede
Areas: KR-DM, Bioinformatics: exploring possible collaboration around the applicability of Watson Discovery Advisor (WDA) to protein
IBM Ying Chen

UC Berkeley, Stanford: Ben Recht, Chris Re
Area: Machine Learning
IBM Vikas Sindhwani

Oxford, U Manchester, Chile PUC: Ian Horrocks, Bernardo Cuenca Grau, Boris Motik, Bijan Parsia, Marcelo Arenas
Area: KR
IBM Kavitha Srinivas

IIT-Bombay Soumen Chakrabarti, Area: Search, Data Mining
IIT-Madras Balaraman Ravindra, Area: Machine Learning
IIT-Hyderabad Vasudeva Verma, Area: Search, Data Mining
IIT-Bombay Pushpak Bhattacharyya, Area: NLP and ML
IISc Chiranjib Bhattacharyya, Area: Machine Learning Lab
IBM Nandakishore Kambhatla

IIT-Madras Deepak Kheman, Area: AI Textbook
IIT-Hyderabad Kamal Karlapalem, Area: MAS ( multi-agent systems)
IIT-Kharagpur Sudershna Sarkar, Area: NLP and ML
IIT-Delhi Mausam, Area: NLP, summarization machine translation, crowd sourcing and planning
IIT-Delhi Parag Singla, Area: ML (markov logic)
IBM Biplav Srivastava

U College Cork: Eugene Freunder, Area: RPC/Cork Constraints Computation Center
IBM Meinolf Sellman

Cornell: Joseph Halpern, Reasoning about knowledge
IBM Ron Fagin

Columbia: Shih-Fu Chang, Area: RVIA/IARPA Project (Robotics, Vision, Commercial Applications (RVCA))
IBM John Smith

U Montreal: Yoshua Bengio, statistical, deep learning
IBM Michael Pilcheny

Carnegie Mellon University: John Anderson, ACT-R Cognitive Architecture;
Eric Nyberg, Area: DEEP QA (Natural Language & Question Answering (NL-QA)
IBM Bonnie John, Eric Brown

Georgia Tech: Ashok Goel, NL-QA, ProfessionCog Bio-inspired Engineer
IBM: Wendy Kellog

Arizona State University: Subbarao Kambhampati, Area: Planning (Reasoning, Planning, Constraints (RPC)
Univerity of Toronto: Sheila McIlraith, Area: Planning (RPC; Mark Fox, Area: Ontologies, Knowledge Representation & Data Mining (KR-DM)
IBM Biplav Srivastava

University of Miami: Stan Franklin, Area: LIDA Cognitive Architecture
IBM Sam Adams


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