Artificial intelligence (AI) is present in our everyday life even now. In the future it will be even more so. AI will penetrate into all aspects of life, from transport to households, from commerce to finance, from agriculture to industry. And also from art to science.
We work in Wigner RCP Data and Compute Intensive Sciences Research Group to explore the intimate connection of science, in particular physics and (artificial) intelligent methods. This includes the understanding of intelligence from the point of view of science, and understanding different phenomena in nature from the point of view of artificial intelligence.