Combining Fast and Slow Thinking for Human-like and Efficient Decisions in Constrained Environments
- M. Bergamaschi Ganapini
- M. Campbell
- et al.
- NeSy 2022
Murray Campbell is a Distinguished Research Scientist in the AI Foundations group at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, NY. His current research focuses on methods for evaluating the capabilities of AI systems, neuro-symbolic approaches to AI, and brain-inspired AI architectures.
In earlier work, Murray conducted research in:
In his first project at IBM Research, Murray was a member of the team that developed Deep Blue, the first computer to defeat the reigning world chess champion in a regulation match.
Ph.D. Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, 1987
M.Sc. Computing Science, University of Alberta, 1981
B.Sc. Computing Science, University of Alberta, 1979
2014 University of Alberta Alumni Honor Award
2012 AAAI Fellow
2009 ACM Distinguished Scientist
2008 ACM Distinguished Speaker
2003 IBM Corporate Environmental Affairs Excellence Award
1997 IBM Corporate Technical Award
1997 Allen Newell Medal for Research Excellence
1997 Fredkin Prize for Computer Chess, World Champion Level
1996 IBM Outstanding Innovation Award
1989 Fredkin Prize for Computer Chess, Grandmaster Level