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Powering innovation in artificial intelligence with Open Access research...

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) together represent a research frontier with a wide variety of discipline specific applications. At Strathclyde researchers in Computer & Information Sciences are exploring improved AI planning models to enable improved decision making by automous agents. Meanwhile, research conducted by the Aerospace Centre of Excellence is using AI and computational techniques to optimize the efficacy of certain astronautic applications. This includes 'global trajectory optimization' to aircraft and spacecraft design, from the planning and scheduling for autonomous vehicles to the synthesis of robust controllers for airplanes or satellites.

AI is also transforming the research agenda within Finance, where researchers are exploring the potential of AI and machine learning in evaluating banking risks and in new, emerging aspects of FinTech.

Explore some of this Open Access research from Computer & Information Sciences, Aerospace Centre of Excellence and Finance. Or explore all of Strathclyde's Open Access research...

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2019

DeBruine, Lisa M. and Hahn, Amanda C. and Jones, Benedict C. (2019) Does the interaction between partnership status and average progesterone level predict women's preferences for facial masculinity? Hormones and Behavior, 107. pp. 80-82. ISSN 1095-6867

2017

Kandrik, Michal and Hahn, Amanda C and Fisher, Claire I and Wincenciak, Joanna and DeBruine, Lisa M and Jones, Benedict C (2017) Are physiological and behavioral immune responses negatively correlated? Evidence from hormone-linked differences in men's face preferences. Hormones and Behavior, 87. pp. 57-61. ISSN 1095-6867

2015

Hahn, Amanda C. and DeBruine, Lisa M. and Fisher, Claire I. and Jones, Benedict C. (2015) The reward value of infant facial cuteness tracks within-subject changes in women's salivary testosterone. Hormones and Behavior, 67. pp. 54-59. ISSN 1095-6867

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