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We are the Temple AGI Team. We do research and experiments in the field of Artificial General Intelligence.

Team meetings occur each Wednesday on Zoom.

We welcome outside collaborators to get involved in various ways. Feel free to explore our various links & resources and contact us.

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Events

Recent Publications

Blogs and News

Presentations

Meet the Team

Dr. Pei Wang

  • Ph.D. Computer Science and Cognitive Science, Indiana University, 1995
  • M.S. Computer Science, Peking University, 1986
  • B.S. Computer Science, Peking University, 1983
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Peter Isaev

  • Pursuing Ph.D. Computer and Information Science, Temple University

Hongzheng Wang

  • Pursuing Ph.D. Computer and Information Science, Temple University
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Mina Gabriel

  • Pursuing Ph.D. Computer and Information Science, Temple University
  • M.S. Information Systems Engineering and Management, Harrisburg University, 2014
  • B.S. Computer Science, Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport, 2008
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Christian Hahm

  • Pursuing Ph.D. Computer and Information Science, Temple University
  • B.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering, The Ohio State University, 2018
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Tangrui Li

  • Pursuing Ph.D. Computer and Information Science, Temple University
  • M.S. Artificial Intelligence, University of Georgia
  • B.Eng. Intelligence Science and Technology, University of Science and Technology Beijing

Edward Sharick

  • Pursuing Ph.D. Computer and Information Science, Temple University
  • M.Ed. Education, Villanova University, 2017
  • B.S. Computational Physics, Carnegie Mellon University, 2012
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Bowen Xu

  • Pursuing Ph.D. Computer and Information Science, Temple University
  • M.S. Peking University
  • B.Eng. University of Science and Technology Beijing
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Publications


Click here for Dr. Pei Wang's publications: http://cis.temple.edu/~pwang/papers.html

Technical Reports

Dissertations

Publications

Presentations


A collection of presentations by the Temple AGI Team.

Presentation Files

Links & Resources

OpenNARS Github Group
OpenNARS Google Group
Internal Team Discussion
OpenNARS
OpenNARS Blog

Projects

Team Projects

TruePAL


ONA was used to create a Trusted and exPlainable AI assistant for saving Lives (TruePAL) of first responders in collaboration with JPL. The system monitors vehicle sensors (e.g., Camera, RADAR) to provide situational awareness alerts for the driver.

Smart City


OpenNARS has been applied in the Smart City domain in cooperation with Cisco. The system automatically predicts and detects anamolous behavior.

Experiments

Native NARS Vision - MNIST Digit Experiment

NARS Implementations

OpenNARS for Applications (ONA)

NarsGPT


NARS has been implemented using GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer). GPT can also be used as a NARS plugin for natural language processing, by automatically converting English to Narsese.

NARS Swift


An open-source NARS implementation written in the Swift programming language.

NARS-Unity


A NARS has been implemented for direct use in Unity game engine (C#).

NARS in Prolog


NAL 1-6 has been implemented in Prolog.

NARS-Python

Miscellaneous

3D Cellular World


A simulator game where you can create and edit 3D voxel worlds using various elements. This type of simulator is sometimes referred to as a 3d "falling sand simulator". This one is implemented using cellular automata for the benefits of parallelization.

Animat Creator


Create Hebbian AI animal robots and evolve their brains to walk in a 3D simulation.

SmartRanker


An applet that allows the user to select top candidate rows from any data table according to preference represented in a relative manner. It also allows the user to compromise among conflicting preferences. For example, the user can select a computer that is both fast and cheap. The applet calculates scores for each candidate with a domain-independent and data-sensitive membership function.

Demos and Videos

Demos

Videos

Event Pages

NARS Web Versions

OpenNARS v1.6.6 Web Version
ONA Web Version

Alumni

Patrick HammerPh.D. Computer and Information Science, 2021

Xiang LiPh.D. Computer and Information Science, 2021

Contact

tagit@tuprd.onmicrosoft.com