The Centre for Machine Intelligence was set up the Department of Electronics and Computer Science to develop a coherent and ethical approach to research and technology transfer in the areas of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Autonomous Systems. The Centre brings together researchers interested in both fundamental research as well as high impact applications.
Machine Intelligence is one of the university's strategic research themes. Highlights from our research portfolio includes:
See some of our research highlights here.
The CMI aims to act as a catalyst for technology transfer and enterprise activities. Within the CMI, we are working with policy makers and experts from the social sciences and law to ensure that the development of machine intelligence is done in a way that benefits society at large. Impact is delivered by the CMI through:
We have run a number of events so far on topics such as Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain, Ethics, and the use of Robots in Warfare. Head to our Events page to see a summary.
We welcome partnerships with industry and government agencies to organise events and to co-create research questions. By engaging with us, you will have access to our talent pool and have direct visibilty with our students and researchers. We support our partners through joint bids for grants for large projects or through direct consultancy for one-to-one business critical solutions.