Knowing Our World: An Artificial Intelligence Perspective
Luger, George F.
George Luger is Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at the University of New Mexico. Dr. Luger was also a Professor in the Psychology and Linguistics Departments, reflecting his interdisciplinary interests in Cognitive Science and Computational Linguistics.
The National Science Foundation, NATO, the British Royal Society, NASA, the Smithsonian Institution, NIH, the Departments of Defense, Energy and Transportation, NIH, and other government agencies have supported George Luger's research. He has worked with the Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories and for numerous companies. Currently, his consulting is in the design of natural language web agents and deep learning technologies that analyze information in very large collections of data.
Dr. Luger is the author of Artificial Intelligence: Structures and Strategies for Complex Problem Solving (Addison-Wesley 2009), now in its Sixth Edition, and Cognitive Science: The Science of Intelligent Systems (Academic Press, 1994).