Intellectual Machine Laboratory

Takashi KANAMARU: Professor

In the brain of human, plenty of information on images, sounds, motion, and so on is processed. In our laboratory, we are studying neural networks to realize the brain-inspired information processing. We pursuit both theoretical studies and applications. Recently, we developed a camera-settled robot controlled by human gestures and we applied recurrent neural networks to the prediction of pedestrian trajectories.

Topics of research
  • Brain-inspired information processing
  • Pose detection and gesture detection
  • Predicting pedestrian trajectory
keyword Neural networks / Pose detection / Gesture detection / Robots
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Graduate School of Engineering