The Institute for Artificial Intelligence is an interdepartmental research and instructional unit within the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Georgia. The Institute for Artificial Intelligence houses two degree programs, the Master of Science program in Artificial Intelligence and the bachelor's degree program in Cognitive Science. Strengths include logic programming, expert systems, neural nets, genetic algorithms, natural language processing, computational psycholinguistics, decision making under uncertainty, multiagent systems, and machine learning. The University of Georgia has always seen cognitive science as an interdisciplinary field where Computer Science intersects with Philosophy, Psychology, Linguistics, Engineering and other fields.
Scott & Heather Kleiner Lecture Series
The Department hosts monthly colloquia featuring renowned scholars speaking on a variety of philosophical topics.
Studying Philosophy at UGA
The study of Philosophy enhances analytical, critical and communicative skills that are applicable to any subject requiring advanced thought and comprehension of complex issues.
Institute for Artificial Intelligence
The Department of Philosophy participates in this interdisciplinary program in which Computer Science intersects with Philosophy, Psychology, Linguistics, Engineering and other fields.
Ethics & the Environment journal
An interdisciplinary forum for theoretical and practical articles and book reviews in the broad area of environmental ethics, Ethics & the Environment is edited by Philosophy Department head, Victoria Davion.
Environmental Ethics Certificate
The Department of Philosopy participates in this interdisciplinary program within the College of Environment & Design providing a forum for discussion of social and scientific responsibilities toward our environment.