I am an associate professor of computer science at the Université de Lorraine. I do my research at the LORIA laboratory in the Larsen team where I am interested in evolutionary machine learning and embodied artificial intelligence. My research is based on the assumption that one way to design artificial learning agents that can adapt in their environment is to take inspiration from natural evolution and adaptation. Putting it simply, I try, with more or less success, to design artificial "brains" that make an "embodied" agents seem "intelligent".

Reasearch Interests: Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, Evolutionary computation, Robotics, Embodied cognition, Philosophy of cognition


amine [dot] boumaza [at] loria [dot] fr

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