Can a machine act as a thought partner?
An opportunity has arisen to work alongside pioneers, professors and senior researchers combining knowledge representation and reasoning, semantics, natural language processing amongst other multi-disciplinary research areas to take the giant leap forward in artificial general intelligence.
- Ph.D. or MSc in Computer Science or Philosophy
- Expert level coding skills (Python or Java)
- Deep experience coding and building computer models to explore computer reasoning
- Demonstrated track-record in publishing in top-tier journals and conferences
- Explored in-depth formal reasoning over structured knowledge.
Keywords: Knowledge Representation, Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Formal Reasoning, Formal Semantics, Abduction Reasoning, Commonsense Reasoning, Qualitative Reasoning, Analogical Reasoning
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