Intelligent Systems Lab - School of Informatics - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, constitutes a comprehensive institution with Faculties and Schools serving a vast array of scientific fields, ranging from natural and technological to social and health sciences, arts and humanities.
The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, constitutes a comprehensive institution with Faculties and Schools serving a vast array of scientific fields, ranging from natural and technological to social and health sciences, arts and humanities. The University aims to offer equal opportunities for learning, research and communication; it aspires to create an environment where education and research thrive, and subsequently, realize the vision for a better world with equal rights for everybody to claim the fruits of economic growth and social prosperity.
There are 41 Faculties and Schools in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki offering all kinds of studies. Every Faculty/School offers an undergraduate degree, postgraduate degrees (2nd cycle and PhD).
The Intelligent Systems Laboratory was founded (initially as a research group) in 1993, back then as Logic Programming and Intelligent Systems (LPIS) group, and is part of the Knowledge, Data and Web Engineering Department of the School of Informatics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
The lab’s research interests span a wide area of Artificial Intelligence, including Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Planning, Machine Learning, Data Mining, Logic Programming and the Semantic Web. Latest efforts of the lab are focused on Explainable AI, Question Answering, Ensemble Pruning, Text Summarization, Key Phrase Extraction, etc.
Our faculty and research group will be contributing on the AI4EU project by providing new methods and software about explaining black box models, with ultimate goal to consolidate and strengthen the excellence of explainable AI in Europe.
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