Professor of Computer Science, Australian National University

Born and raised in Munich, Marcus Hutter is a Professor in the Research School of Computer Science at the Australian National University. Much of his work deals with the nature of Artificial Intelligence, a topic he has written extensively on in his book Universal Artificial Intelligence (Springer, EATCS, 2005) and over a hundred articles for peer-reviewed research publications. His personal website states that he is "attracted by fundamental problems on the boundary between Science and Philosophy."

He has received the Lindley Prize for innovative research in Bayesian Studies and was formerly senior researcher and project leader at IDSIA (Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence) in Lugano, Switzerland.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor in the Research School of Computer Science, Australian National University