Developed early theories of computer vision and artificial intelligence
Levine was educated at McGill University, Montreal (B.Eng. 1960; M.Eng. 1963) and at the Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London, England (PhD 1965). His research involves biomedical image processing, computer vision, intelligent robotics, and artificial intelligence. Levine’s work is important for the understanding of vision in general and for machine applications of vision such as robotics and automated manufacturing systems. He is the author of Vision in Man and Machine (1985) and co-author of Computer Assisted Analyses of Cell Locomotion and Chemotaxis (1986). He was the founding president of the Canadian Image Processing and Pattern Recognition Society and he served on the technical staff of the Jet Propulsion Lab. He has received fellowships from numerous engineering and computer societies.
Sources: Canadian Who’s Who 1993
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