Prof Simon Parsons
AI and machine learning methods for robotic harvesting and robotic phenotyping
Simon Parsons is Professor of AI and Machine Learning. His research examines how intelligent systems make decisions, whether on their own, in groups, or in conjunction with humans. At Lincoln he has been particularly interested in the application of AI and Machine Learning methods for robotic harvesting and robotic phenotyping.
Find out more about Simon on his University of Lincoln profile here.
Cohort 2 CDT Student Haris Matsantonis, on their PhD project titled ‘Design and implementation of a machine vision system to promote precision agriculture innovation using novel Geometric Algebra techniques’.