Machine Intelligence Laboratory

Cambridge University Department of Engineering

The Machine Intelligence Laboratory is part of the Information Engineering Division of Cambridge University Engineering Department.

To see how we fit into the structure of the rest of the Department, see the Research Groups home pages page.

An overview of the laboratory, and a list of current research projects are available.

The Machine Intelligence Laboratory comprises three research groups:

3D models from uncalibrated images, Object recognition. Human-computer interfaces. Visual tracking and localisation. Visually guided robotics and autonomous systems. Augmented reality.

Continuous speech recognition and transcription, spoken dialogue systems, synthesis and coding. Machine translation.

3D ultrasound acquisition and visualisation, ultrasound deconvolution and stiffness imaging, osseous cortical thickness estimation in CT. The Stradx and Stradwin systems.