Graham has been working in computing since 1970. For some years he has had a strong interest in AI and has participated in a number of research projects, collaborating with Nikola Kasabov on connectionist approaches to classification and Jim Doran on simulating societies.
Graham’s first degree was in (building) Architecture, and his MSc was in the Applications of Computing. The combination of Computing, AI and Building Architecture which Intelligent Inhabited Environments represent make it a good match to his interests and skills. Since 1995 he has been actively working on the underlying science of Embedded-Agents for Intelligent Inhabited Environments. He has recently received a doctorate in Psychoanalytic Studies which reflects his commitment to the crucial importance of emotion in all human endeavours.