Audio and visual signals are rich and complex signals that are fascinating in their own right and for what they tell us about ourselves as humans. In the graphics, vision and speech laboratory, we use computers to both understand these signals better and to develop machines that have human-like capabilities. We are concerned with the analysis, processing, recognition and generation of audio and visual signals in applications such as colour vision, machine vision, computer graphics, avatars and speech, music and language processing. These technologies share many theoretical foundations and we collaborate intensively with other laboratories namely Colour lab, Data Science and Statistics and Machine Learning.
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