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Ingenuity Labs Research Institute

We are an interdisciplinary initiative at Queen’s University focused on combining Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Human Machine Interaction to create future intelligent systems and robotic machines that enhance human productivity, safety, performance, and quality of life.

Training computers to reason – watch Dr. Xiaodan Zhu’s talk at Vector Institute’s Friday Seminar Series

The Vector Institute Friday Seminar Series talk is about two problems: (1) how to perform reasoning between structured data (tables) and unstructured data (text), two major data we face daily; (2) how to integrate the benefit of two worlds: neural models and symbolic reasoning (here natural logic) for the task, to bring the power of …

Dr. Il-Min Kim – Using Neural Networks as Mathematical Solvers

Check out this video about Ingenuity Labs researcher Dr. Il-Min Kim discussing the use of Neural networks as Mathematical Solvers. Dr. Kim also Director of the Wireless Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (WAI Lab).

Controlling Robots with your Mind

Dr. Sidney Givigi – Controlling Robots with your Mind

Check out this video about Ingenuity Labs researcher Sidney Givigi, and his Autonomous Robots Research Group. The project is Controlling Robots with your Mind.

Podcast: Teaching Language to Computers with Dr. Xiaodan Zhu

Ingenuity Labs researcher Dr. Xiaodan Zhu discusses how his research at the frontier of artificial intelligence is helping computers better understand language, with wide ranging applications. This podcast was originally posted on the Research at Queen’s website: Teaching Language to Computers with Dr. Xiaodan Zhu

Podcast: Helping Robots Learn to Walk with Dr. Amy Wu

Ingenuity Labs researcher Dr. Amy Wu discusses her research interests that include mechatronics, human biomechanics, and wearable and assistive devices. One of Dr. Wu’s projects, Rando the Robot, is a low-cost bipedal walking robot with an open-source mindset, to expand accessibility to and involvement in walking robot education and research. This podcast was originally posted …