Discovery Research Group

The Discovery Research Group works on artificial intelligence and data science, especially on computational creativity and data mining. In our vision, data analysis is used to make intelligent systems or agents aware of their environments as well as of themselves. Eventually, this leads to self-aware systems that can modify their own behaviour in creative ways as well as explain their behaviours to users. We are particularly interested in data science and text mining/generation applications.
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NewsEye team member @haba_tt is interviewed on his journey in #computerscience from Nokia in the 90s to NewsEye! Ta… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

News automation is employed at every stage of newsmaking. Before, computer-assisted forms of reporting did not affe… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Vacancies in #NLP + #NLG + #ML + #AI in projects related to news, media and digital history! twitter.com/haba_tt/status…

More great news: Elaine Zosa receives funding from the University Research Foundation for her doctoral studies - co… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…