Michigan AI Laboratory
Prospective graduate students
This collaborative environment, coupled with our diverse perspectives, leads to a valuable interchange of ideas within and across research groups.
Prof. Edmund Durfee retires after a 33-year career in artificial intelligence at Michigan
His career has been distinguished by his research, mentoring, and significant contributions to the CSE undergraduate programs.
Best paper award for a robot that can see and move transparent objects
A new method enables robot arms to build a tower of champagne glasses.
Jule Schatz receives WISE Aspire, Advance, Achieve Mentoring Award
Jule is active in teaching and outreach activities to help broaden participation in the field of computer science and engineering.
How can machine learning impact healthcare?
Prof. Jenna Wiens uses machine learning to make sense of the immense amount of patient data generated by modern hospitals. This can help alleviate physician shortages, physician burnout, and the prevalence of medical errors.
Can we trust a robot?
Prof. Benjamin Kuipers discusses how advances in AI and robotics have raised concerns about the impact on our society of intelligent robots, unconstrained by morality or ethics.