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Henry Kautz

Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of Computer Science

Areas of expertise: Artificial Intelligence, Technology for the Elderly

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In the News

Democrat & Chronicle
Giving Back: How Philanthropy Enables Innovation
March 13, 2015

U of R Receives Sizable Donation for its Institute for Data Science
February 06, 2015

The Hottest Jobs In IT: Training Tomorrow's Data Scientists
June 26, 2014

ACM Announces 2013 Fellows
January 23, 2014

Smithsonian (blog)
Your Tweets Can Predict When You’ll Get the Flu
November 08, 2013

USA Today
Suicide talk on Twitter mirrors state suicide rates
October 10, 2013

Daily Mail
How Twitter could prevent food poisoning: Experts design software that 'listens' to tweets to reveal the restaurants that make us ill
August 09, 2013

The New York Times
There's a Fly in My Tweets
June 21, 2013

What Big Data Means For Big Cities
May 30, 2013

MedCity News
Is Twitter a better predictor of the flu than Google and the CDC? Researcher says, yes
January 21, 2013

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dies
October 07, 2011

Initiative aims to create more assistive technology
September 28, 2011

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
UR joins 'pervasive computing' effort
September 28, 2011

Computing Community Consortium Blog
Why Democracy Needs Computer Science Education
August 05, 2011

Scientific American
Jeopardy-Playing Watson Computer System Could Revolutionize Research
February 16, 2011

On 'Jeopardy!' It's Man Vs. This Machine
February 14, 2011

Springfield State Journal Register
Alzheimer's tracking gives patients more freedom
January 18, 2010

U.S. News & World Report
Going High-Tech to Track Alzheimer's Patients
November 16, 2009

New Scientist
New camera promises to capture your whole life
October 16, 2009

Washington Post
Helping Find Lost Alzheimer’s Patients
August 12, 2007

Business Week
A New Breed of Tech for the Aging
December 05, 2006

Rochester Business Journal
UR, Kodak to Bring Top Researcher Here
October 04, 2006

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News Releases

The University of Rochester Makes $100 Million Commitment to Data Science
October 17, 2013

Researcher Wins Best Paper Award for Automated Interview Coach
September 11, 2013

Tracking Twitter May Enhance Monitoring of Food Safety at Restaurants
August 08, 2013

Computer Science Graduate Student Awarded Microsoft Research Fellowship
April 25, 2013

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Henry Kautz’s research encompasses artificial intelligence, pervasive computing, assistive technology, automated planning and scheduling, pervasive computing, and machine learning. His contributions include efficient algorithms for logical and probabilistic reasoning, the planning as satisfiability framework, and methods for behavior recognition from sensor data. He is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a Fellow of the Association for Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, winner of the Computers & Thought Award from the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, and the author of more than 70 refereed publications.