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Vision and Learning in Humans and Machines

University of California at San Diego

Abstract

Consider creating (a) a computer system to help physicians make a diagnosis using all of a patient’s medical data and images along with millions of case histories; (b) intelligent buildings and cars that are aware of their occupants activities; © personal digital assistants that watch and learn your habits —… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
Better Object Recognition by Using Contextual Knowledge Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Infant social modeling Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Noise resistant computer vision Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Self-learning robot Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Cost-sensitive learning Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Detecting Phoneme Production and Intent from EEG and EMG Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Trainees TA bootcamp for incoming students Showcase Achievement 10/13/10
Model for multiclass object localization Showcase Achievement 10/13/10
Developing a speech brain-computer interface Showcase Achievement 10/13/10
Facial expressions and deception detection Showcase Achievement 10/13/10