Applied Intelligence Research Centre
Research in the School of Computer Science is mainly focused in the Applied Intelligence Research Centre (AIRC). The AIRC, a recognised research and development centre of the Dublin Institute of Technology, engages in researching the application of computational intelligence technologies to real world problems. The cores competencies of the AIRC include data analytics, machine learning, language technologies, intelligent agents and security.
Examples of real world problems the AIRC have addressed include spam filtering, sentiment analysis, dialogue management, custom search tools for language teachers, human-robot interaction, secure mobile financial transactions, engaging game characters, companion agents for mobile devices and the management and visualisation of large data collections.
The projects undertaken by the group are funded by SFI, Enterprise Ireland, the HEA and other funding schemes. The group is also involved in a range of commercialisation activities.
For more information, see our group page.