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November 25, 2014:
Artificial Intelligence Lab wins $5.5 million IDOT contract. The new contract will allow the AI Lab to continue bringing real-time traffic information to travelers and create new and improved software systems for traffic control. Peter Nelson, CS professor, dean of engineering and AI Lab director, is principal investigator on the contract. Read more.

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The UIC Artificial Intelligence Laboratory specializes in applied AI research and development. Since its inception in 1991 we have undertaken a variety of applied intelligent systems projects in the areas of transportation, molecular biology, and electronics manufacturing optimization.

Our work differs from most other AI research groups around the world in that our primary goal does not revolve around the understanding of biological intelligence. Instead our focus is on the application of derived AI methodologies for solving real-world problems.

With recent advances in artificial intelligence and computational power, we are now able to pose and solve much more computationally intensive questions. This recent shift in emphasis from purely theoretical work, to practical applications of these results has opened up a void which the UIC AI Lab has tried to fill. These days there is a demand for intelligent computational systems along with competent designers, both of which are products of the Lab. Results of our applied research projects exist not only in academic journals and technical reports but also as working systems which address national, industrial, business, and health care needs.