Knowledge Systems Laboratory

Coordinates: 37°25′48″N 122°10′24″W / 37.43000°N 122.17333°W / 37.43000; -122.17333
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Knowledge Systems Laboratory (KSL) was an artificial intelligence research laboratory within the Department of Computer Science at Stanford University until 2007, located in the Gates Computer Science Building, Stanford.[1] Work focused on knowledge representation for shareable engineering knowledge bases and systems, computational environments for modelling physical devices, architectures for adaptive intelligent systems, and expert systems for science and engineering. KSL had projects with Stanford Medical Informatics (SMI), the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab (SAIL), the Stanford Formal Reasoning Group (SFRG), the Stanford Logic Group, and the Stanford Center for Design Research (CDR).

Past members[edit]

This is a partial list (in alphabetical order) of past members:


  1. ^ "Knowledge Systems Laboratory". Knowledge Systems, Stanford Laboratory. Archived from the original on 12 September 2005. Retrieved 12 December 2018.

37°25′48″N 122°10′24″W / 37.43000°N 122.17333°W / 37.43000; -122.17333