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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.

Queen’s University Ingenuity Lab researchers present their research at the Department of National Defence IDEaS Conference

Creating a New Paradigm for Simulation Based Training by Combining Augmented Reality, Real Time Cognitive Evaluation and Artificial Intelligence. On June 3rd, 2022, a multidisciplinary team from Queen’s University presented their research at the IDEaS MarketPlace Conference held at the Infinity Convention Centre in Ottawa. Composed of researchers in Engineering, Medicine, AI, Psychology and Education, …

Medical Face Mask on Machine

Researchers win best Paper at IEEE CCEC Conference.

Congratulations goes to researchers Eduardo Gasca Cervantes and Dr. Wai-Yip Geoffrey Chan on receiving best paper at the IEEE Canadian Conference of electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE) Conference 2021. Their paper LIME-Enabled Investigation of Convolutional Neural Network Performances in Covid-19 Chest X-Ray Detection was selected as the best paper, among 84 accepted.

Paul Hungler with a virtual reality head set on.

From Virtual Reality to competency-based learning, it’s innovation that inspires this Chemical Engineering and Ingenuity Labs professor

As a Major in the Canadian Armed Forces, Dr. Paul Hungler oversaw the delivery of Augmented (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) training for military personnel. Now as an Assistant Professor in Chemical Engineering and Ingenuity Labs, he’s hoping that VR/AR can similarly revolutionize the way we educate future generations of engineers. “Getting access to things …

VR equipment in Medical Office

Medical education, artificial intelligence and augmented reality

As a teaching strategy, simulation-based training has been around a long time. From aviation and space flight to the military, from law to policing, simulation has been used to create learning environments that reflect the real world, without putting the learner or other participants at risk.  A multidisciplinary group of faculty and post-doctoral researchers from …