Professor Pei WangPei Wang, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Computer and Information Sciences at Temple University and is Chief Executive Editor of the Journal of Artificial General Intelligence (JAGI).
His research interests include artificial intelligence and cognitive science, especially on unified theories of intelligence, formal models of rationality, reasoning under uncertainty, learning and adaptation, knowledge representation, and real-time decision making.
Pei authored Formalization of Evidence: A Comparative Study. Non-Axiomatic Logic (NAL) Specification, Cognitive Logic versus Mathematical Logic, The Logic of Intelligence, Recommendation Based on Personal Preference, Toward a Unified Artificial Intelligence, What Do You Mean by “AI”?, Editorial: What Makes JAGI Special, The Limitation of Bayesianism, Wason’s Cards: What is Wrong?, Case-by-Case Problem Solving, From NARS to a Thinking Machine, and Artificial General Intelligence and Classical Neural Network.
Pei earned his B.S. in Computer Science at Peking University in 1983, his M.S. in Computer Science at Peking University in 1986, and his Ph.D. in Computer Science & Cognitive Science at Indiana University in 1995.
Watch TransAlchemy Interviews Dr. Pei Wang, TransAlchemy Interviews Dr. Pei Wang Part 2, From NARS to a Thinking Machine – Dr. Pei Wang, What Do You Mean By “AI”?, Embodiment: Does a laptop have a body?, and Case-by-Case Problem Solving.