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Artificial Intelligence expert made Fellow of Royal Academy of Engineering

Professor Anthony Cohn, Professor of Automated Reasoning in the University of Leeds’School of Computing, has been elected as a Fellow of theĀ Royal Academy of Engineering.

Fellows of the Academy are the elite of the UK engineering sector and include both academics and leading engineers at top engineering firms.

The Royal Academy of Engineering said: “Anthony Cohn is distinguished for world-leading contributions to and leadership of the field of artificial intelligence. His work in qualitative spatial reasoning has been seminal in founding a field of research with impact in areas such as geographical information science, computer vision, natural language processing, ontologies and robotics.”

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There are about 1,500 Fellows of the Academy, with new members elected annually to join the Fellowship.

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