SRI’s Artificial Intelligence Center advances the most critical areas of AI and machine learning. We develop methods for building intelligent systems that learn, perceive and interact with the world, both autonomously and in collaboration with humans.
BioCyc database collection
A comprehensive website for sharing fundamental information about biochemical pathways and genomes with researchers around the world
EcoCyc: encyclopedia of E. coli genes and metabolism
A bioinformatics database that describes the genome, metabolic network and regulatory network of Escherichia coli
Featured publicationsMore publications
Metabolic route computation in organism communities
SRI Authors: Mario Latendresse, Peter Karp
Journal Article June 3, 2019
Bridging the Gap: Converting Human Advice into Imagined Examples
SRI Authors: Karen Myers, Melinda Gervasio
Journal Article August 3, 2019
Probabilistic Inference Modulo Theories
SRI Authors: Rodrigo de Salvo Braz
Conference Proceeding October 7, 2019
A powerful legacy, a visionary future
SRI’s Artificial Intelligence Center has driven seminal breakthroughs in AI since the earliest days of the field, including the first mobile-robot (Shakey) and the widely used A* and RANSAC algorithms. Our researchers build on this legacy as we continue to push the boundaries of AI in autonomy, bioinformatics, personal assistants, and machine learning.
SRI’s got that rare mix of people, creativity, technical diversity and excellence, and flexibility to pursue longer-range goals. Of course there are no guarantees, but SRI provides the tools for a motivated person to make things happen.
Advanced Computer Scientist II
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