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MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

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MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (226 words)
The MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory was an interdisciplinary research entity at MIT founded in 1959 which became one of the most influential and accomplished in the fields of artificial intelligence and robotics.
The AI Lab (as it is commonly abbreviated) was originally a subdivision of Project MAC.
The AI Lab is currently interested principally in the problems of vision, mechanical motion and manipulation, and language, which they view as the keys to more intelligent machines.
Artificial intelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2452 words)
AI methods were used to schedule units in the first Gulf War, and the costs saved by this efficiency have repaid the US government's entire investment in AI research since the 1950s.
AI systems are now in routine use in many businesses, hospitals and military units around the world, as well as being built into many common home computer software applications and video games.
AI methods are often employed in cognitive science research, which tries to model subsystems of human cognition.
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