Background and activities
Keith's research is in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Artificial Life (ALife), with an additional focus on Computational Neuroscience.
Keith works with Bio-Inspired approaches to Artificial Intelligence (AI), an area at the intersection of several fields: AI, Artificial Life (ALife), Computational Neuroscience, and Cognitive Science. His main interest is in the simulated evolution of neural networks, which, again, lies between two main research disciplines: Evolutionary Algorithms (EAs) and Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs). He is currently finishing up his first book, "Intelligence Emerging", to be published by MIT Press in 2015.
Keith teaches several of NTNU's AI classes, with contributions varying from full responsibility to a few lectures each semester. These classes include: Introductory AI, AI Programming, and Subsymbolic AI Methods, along with less-frequent lectures in Machine Learning and AI Methods.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2014) Vi blir neppe robotenes slaver. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).
- (2013) Neural predictive mechanisms and their role in cognitive incrementalism. New ideas in psychology. vol. 31 (3).
- (2009) Predictive models in the brain. Connection science (Print). vol. 21 (1).
- (2004) Development and the Baldwin Effect. Artificial Life. vol. 10 (1).
- (2015) Intelligence Emerging: Adaptivity and Search in Evolving Neural Systems. MIT Press. 2015. ISBN 9780262029131.
- (2015) Schrødingers katt: Kunstig Intelligens. null [TV]. 2015-04-16.