H.R. Tizhoosh
University of Waterloo

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My main research fields are computer vision and machine intelligence with pattern recognition as a superset for vision and a subset of machine intelligence. Other fields, such as health engineering, terahertz imaging, visual perception etc., are related either to computer vision activities or machine intelligence research.

As well, I investigate, via free inquiry and observations, the nature of mind and consciousness, the relationship between time and evolution, the roots and different forms of violence, and the significance of education for the freedom of mankind.

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Conceptual & Algorithmic Research

Applied Research

Free Inquiry and Observation

  • Mind and Consciousness

  • Time and Evolution

  • Violence

  • Freedom and Education

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