April 29, 2019

Pondering a tablet screen displaying a town scene, a pre-K student tilts her head to the side and taps her lip thoughtfully.

“What are we trying to find?” asks the plush, red and blue robot called Tega that’s perched on the desk beside the girl. The bot resembles a teddy bear–sized Furby.

“We are trying to find lavender-colored stuff,” the girl explains. La...

April 28, 2019

"Priming, Enabling and Assessment of Curiosity", K. Ben-Tov Sher, M. Levi-Keren and G. Gordon.

A novel tablet app game, developed by Keren Ben-Tov Sher (Curiosity Lab's first student) was used to assess curiosity in adults. 

April 18, 2019

Happy Passover from

Curiosity Lab | Dr. Goren Gordon

Faculty of Engineering
Tel Aviv University

February 7, 2019

"A new paper from the Curiosity Lab: 

Michal Moran and Gordon Gordon, "Curious Feature Selection", Information Sciences, 2019 [link] 

How to select features using Gordon's Curiosity Loop?" 

November 24, 2018

Intelligence 2025 conference, co-hosted by Faculty of Engineering at Tel Aviv University and The Henry Samueli School of Engineering at the University of California, Irvine, was held in Natural History Museum Tel-Aviv last November.

The conference focused on: autonomy, smart systems, analytics, big data, machine learning and cyber physical systems.

November 11, 2018

This work presents a novel method of artificial curiosity in data science for feature selection applications. In this talk, we will describe the concept of artificial curiosity and curiosity loops, will introduce a new feature selection algorithm which is based on this concept and will share its results.

October 23, 2018

The idea that every child could have a personal robot tutor is no longer so outlandish, and some schools and countries have already introduced robots into the classroom. Our latest animated video shows how a robot uses machine learning to understand how a child’s brain learns. This allows it to tailor instruction to the needs of each individual child.

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