Imagining the Future
The Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Computing Applications focuses on Artificial Intelligence and other computing applications, including:-
- Machine Vision
- Machine Learning
- Autonomous Systems
- Software engineering
- Web systems
What we do
CAICA has established two research groups with specific expertise and foci. The areas of research handled by these groups are distinct, but with some overlap.
Where we're going
CAICA intends to:-
- identify research, commercial and training opportunities that will strategically advance the development of Malaysian innovation in the area of intelligent computing systems
- promote, disseminate, and create awareness of fundamental capabilities and advances in intelligent systems to the general project
- be the recognized centre in Malaysia for applications related to intelligent systems.
- promote multi-disciplinary research into the integration of software and hardware for the development of commercially useful intelligent systems.
Get to know us better
The Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Computing Applications combines a diverse company of researchers at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Sg Long, Malaysia. As engineers and scientists, we tackle fundamental and applied problems in the areas of artificial intelligence, e-commerce, and software engineering. Of course, this is not an individual endeavour, and we deeply appreciate the partnerships and collaborations we’ve built past and present.
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic” (Arthur C. Clarke) is often used to emphasise technology and its achievement. However, in CAICA, we believe we can make magic happen, through a deep understanding and rigorous application of the latest in AI and computing-related technologies. We welcome you to partner with us in furthering the bounds of human knowledge, or to engage us in solving the problems you may be facing in your industry. With friends old and new, we continue to Imagine a Better Tomorrow for Malaysia and the world.
Dr. Ng Oon-Ee
Chairman of CAICA
Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman