Welcome to my IDSIA homepage!
In 2006 I moved from
IDSIA in Switzerland to
RSISE/ANU/NICTA in Australia.
At IDSIA I have lead one research project on
"Optimal Rational Agents based on Algorithmic Complexity"
and am still co-leading another research project on
"Bayesian Methods for Integrated Genomics".
IDSIA is a research institute for Artificial Intelligence in Switzerland,
which is (co)headed by
My research at IDSIA was centered around the
which is a mathematical top-down approach to AI,
related to Kolmogorov complexity, algorithmic probability,
universal Solomonoff induction, Occam's razor, Levin search,
sequential decision theory, dynamic programming, reinforcement learning, and rational agents.
Generally I'm attracted by
fundamental problems on the boundary between science and philosophy, which
have a chance of being solved in my expected lifespan. One is
Artificial Intelligence. The
other is particle physics with questions
related to physical Theories of Everything. Math in its whole breadth
(statistics, numerics, algebra, ...)
has become my
constant and cherished companion. With computer
graphics one can convince oneself and others that math can be
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