3 days ago

DeepLearning.University – An Annotated Deep Learning Bibliography | Memkite.

An impressive, annotated bibliography of recent deep learning papers. Doesn’t include publications before 2014 but still quite impressive and comprehensive.

2 months ago

via Channel 9.

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Wanting to replace the medical equipment for taking X-rays, experts in Mexico have created a system of digital x-ray imaging, which replaces the traditional plaque by a solid detector, which delivers results in five seconds. Analog equipment take six minutes to develop the traditional film.

Read the full article on ScienceDaily.

2 months ago

Computer vision, the field of building computer algorithms to automatically understand the contents of images, grew out of AI and cognitive neuroscience around the 1960s. “Solving” vision was famously set as a summer project at MIT in 1966, but it quickly became apparent that it might take a little longer! The general image understanding task remains elusive 50 years later, but the field is thriving. Dramatic progress has been made, and vision algorithms have started to reach a broad audience, with particular commercial successes including interactive segmentation available as the “Remove Background” feature in Microsoft Office, image search, face detection and alignment, and human motion capture for Kinect. Almost certainly the main reason for this recent surge of progress has been the rapid uptake of machine learning ML over the last 15 or 20 years.

This first post in a two-part series will explore some of the challenges of computer vision and touch on the powerful ML technique of decision forests for pixel-wise classification.

Read the full article by Jamie Shotton, Antonio Criminisi and Sebastian Nowozin on TechNet Blogs – Machine Learning.

3 months ago

PHD Comics: Professor Vacation

via PHD Comics.

3 months ago

via TIME.

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PHD Comics: Done

via PHD Comics.

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