Charles Babbage, sometimes referred to as the "father of computing".
A T1 weighted MR image of the brain of a patient with a meningioma after injection of an MRI contrast agent (top left), and the same image with the result of an interactive segmentation overlaid in green (3D model of the segmentation on the top right, axial and coronal views at the bottom).
Ada Lovelace published the first algorithm intended for processing on a computer.
CT image (left), PET image (center) and overlay of both (right) after correct registration.
Volume rendering (left), axial cross-section (right top), and sagittal cross-section (right bottom) of a CT image of a subject with multiple nodular lesions (white line) in the lung.
A mid-axial slice of the ICBM diffusion tensor image template. Each voxel's value is a tensor represented here by an ellipsoid. Color denotes principal orientation: red = left-right, blue=inferior-superior, green = posterior-anterior

Medical image computing (MIC) is an interdisciplinary field at the intersection of computer science, information engineering, electrical engineering, physics, mathematics and medicine.

- Medical image computing

This field plays important role in information theory, telecommunications, information engineering and has applications in medical image computing and speech synthesis, among others.

- Computer science
Charles Babbage, sometimes referred to as the "father of computing".

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Object detection for a stop sign.

Information engineering (field)

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Engineering discipline that deals with the generation, distribution, analysis, and use of information, data, and knowledge in systems.

Engineering discipline that deals with the generation, distribution, analysis, and use of information, data, and knowledge in systems.

Object detection for a stop sign.
An example of clustering in machine learning.
An example of how the 2D Fourier transform can be used to remove unwanted information from an X-ray scan.

The components of information engineering include more theoretical fields such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, control theory, signal processing, and information theory, and more applied fields such as computer vision, natural language processing, bioinformatics, medical image computing, cheminformatics, autonomous robotics, mobile robotics, and telecommunications.

Many of these originate from computer science, as well as other branches of engineering such as computer engineering, electrical engineering, and bioengineering.