UMBC AI Center

The UMBC AI Center is an interdisciplinary center established at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in 2024 to help support and promote its communities doing research, application, and education in all areas of Artificial Intelligence.

UMBC has had an artificial intelligence presence since the mid-1980s when Dr. Sanjeev Ahuja completed his dissertation on applying abductive reasoning to analyzing and classifying errors in discrete sequential processes.

UMBC has more than 50 faculty members with research interests in AI and related areas, including robotics, machine learning, data science, image processing, and natural language understanding. These faculty members work in 25 laboratories and research centers and teach many AI-related courses across departments and disciplines.

You can follow news about the UMBC AI Center on social media through its LinkedIn, X, and Facebook accounts.

Members of the UMBC community can subscribe to the UMBC AI Group to receive email about AI-related news and events. 

If you have news to share with the UMBC AI community or suggestions or comments on the site, please send them to umbc-ai@cs.umbc.edu.