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CV for Tony Cohn

A full CV for Tony Cohn can be found here: cv April 2024 (updated from time to time)

A 5 page CV for Tony Cohn can be found here: cv 5 pages April 2024 (updated from time to time)

A brief bio suitable for talk introductions/web pages can be found below:

Anthony (Tony) Cohn is Professor of Automated Reasoning in the School of Computing, University of Leeds. His current research interests range from theoretical work on spatial calculi (receiving a KR test-of-time classic paper award in 2020) and spatial ontologies, to cognitive vision, modelling spatial information in the hippocampus, and Decision Support Systems, particularly for the built environment, as well as robotics. He is Foundation Models lead at the Alan Turing Institute where he is conducting research on evaluating the capabilities of large language models, in particular with respect to commonsense reasoning.  He is Editor-in-Chief of Spatial Cognition and Computation and was previously Editor-in-chief of the AI journal. He is the recipient of the 2021 Herbert A Simon Cognitive Systems Prize, as well as Distinguished Service Awards from IJCAI and AAAI. He is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering,  and of the AI societies AAAI, AISB,  EurAI and AAIA.