Cooperationpartner Science of Intelligence
At the heart of Science of Intelligence, a joint excellence cluster of the Technical University of Berlin and Humboldt University of Berlin, is a quest for a better understanding of intelligence in all its facets. This includes uncovering the fundamental laws and principles underlying various forms of intelligence, whether it's artificial, individual, or collective intelligence. Researchers from diverse disciplines, ranging from psychology and robotics to computer science, philosophy, and behavioral science, aim to harness their research findings to create new intelligent technologies.
The Interacting Minds Center (IMC) provides a transdisciplinary platform for investigating human interaction, involving researchers from the humanities, social sciences, cognitive sciences, biology, and clinical research.
Research within the school focuses on the interface between humanities and neuroscience.
The institute focuses on human development and educational processes.
The CBMM is a multi-institutional NSF Science and Technology Center dedicated to researching intelligence—how the brain produces intelligence behavior and how we might replicate intelligence in machines.
The research group examines animal and human behavior from a multidisciplinary perspective, combining experimental behavioral analysis with theoretical modeling.