The Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences (referred to as "IA-CAS"), established in 1956, is primarily focused on intelligent science and technology. It serves as the leading entity for the overall establishment of the "Artificial Intelligence Innovation Research Institute" initiated by the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

The Institute of Automation, has consistently focused on research in "Intelligent Science and Technology." It has established a distinct disciplinary advantage and technological features in fields such as complex system intelligent integration, pattern recognition, machine learning, computer vision, speech and language information processing, brain-like intelligence, intelligent robotics, intelligent systems, and intelligent chips. The institute possesses a complete chain of intelligent technology innovation, ranging from original innovation and core key technology development to technology transfer and transformation.


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