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Who We Are | Centre for Machine Intelligence

The Centre for Machine Intelligence was initiated by the department of Electronics and Computer Science and is a centre of expertise for Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Autonomous Systems. We work with industry, policy makers, and the general public to address both national and global challenges.

Centre for Machine Intelligence Board

Sarvapali (Gopal) Ramchurn

Gopal is a Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Turing Fellow, and the director of the CMI. He has over 15 years of experience in the field of Artificial Intelligence and has won multiple awards for his work.

Baharak Rastegari

Baharak is a lecturer in the Agents, Interaction and Complexity (AIC) research group at the School of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton. She received her Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada.

Enrico Gerding

Dr Enrico Gerding is an Associate Professor. He specialises in Game Theory and Mechanism design and consults for major e-commerce and smart transportation companies.

Thanassis Tiropanis

Thanassis is associate professor and is interested in distributed linked data infrastructures, the Internet of Things, and linked data. He is part of the PETRAS project.

Corina Cirstea

Corina Cirstea is a lecturer and holds a DPhil in Computation from the University of Oxford (2000). She was the holder of a Junior Research Fellowship in Computer Science at St. John's College Oxford prior to joining Southampton.

Jonathon Hare

Jonathon's research interests lie in the area of multimedia data mining, analysis and retrieval, with a particular focus on large-scale multimodal approaches. This research area is at the convergence of machine learning and computer vision.

Steering Committee

The members of the committee include respected academics and representatives from Industry. Under their guidance, the CMI aims to broaden its impact and reach out to communities employing machine intelligence in their research and practice. Our current members are:

  • Themis Prodromakis 
  • Stephen Prior
  • Steve Beeby
  • Tim Norman
  • Elena Simperl
  • Michalis Zervas
  • Koushik Maharatna

 

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