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Linda Henriksson () will give a talk today at showing that the OPA represents the overall geometry of scenes, abstracting from surface texture (3:30p, Talk Room 1).
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Surya Ganguli May 18
Our paper on "A mathematical theory of semantic development in deep neural networks" with Andrew Saxe and Jay McClelland is now out in : (arxiv version here: ) And old tweetstorm here:
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Dr. Kate Storrs May 17
Quick, ECR Twitter, suggestions on "How to Spend Your Time Well"?! I need to know the answer by Sunday 12.45pm.
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Paul Gribble May 17
This week's sensorimotor superlab reading list is out
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Hans Op de Beeck May 16
Our text book is out: Introduction to Human Neuroimaging, together with Chie Nakatani, published with Cambridge University Press , in the fundamentals of neuro in psychology series with great books by e.g. , Slotnick , Merim Bilalic, etc.
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SAM May 16
gifs make for fantastic visualizations of worldwide progress
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Kriegeskorte Lab May 16
Not illusions as much as a motion display technology...
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Brenden Lake May 16
NYU will offer a new undergraduate major in Data Science -- the interdisciplinary study of extracting knowledge from data. It's an opportunity to study computational approaches to intelligence and learning, with applications to the sciences and society. An exciting development!
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The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) May 16
Learn how to use to automate the analysis of data and take your research to the next level by attending the June 26 conference. Register to watch anytime for up to 6 months:
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Koki Ibukuro May 15
Face to pix2pix facade
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ben goldacre May 15
This is so sinister it's almost surreal. Man covers face during UK police face recognition trial: gets stopped, harassed and fined. I'm all up for shiny tech and want criminals punished but there's a balance. Are we all 100% happy with this scene?
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Angjoo Kanazawa May 14
Pixel-aligned Implicit Function (PIFu), a new memory efficient, fully-convolutional 3D representation for recovering a fully textured surface of a clothed person from a single or multi-view image! With Shunsuke S, Zeng H, , Shigeo M,
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Jeff Clune May 14
In the ICLR Debate I introduced an alternate path to general AI: AI-generating algorithms (AI-GAs), and the Three Pillars required to make AI-GAs. Full debate (on how much we should learn vs. build in): w Tenenbaum, Precup, Kaelbling, Thoughts?
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Kevin Simler May 13
GOING CRITICAL — a 🆕 interactive essay! How to prevent disease, control nuclear reactions, and encourage the spread of ideas. All with playable simulations.
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Zuckerman Institute May 15
NEW RESEARCH: To move through the world, you need a sense of your surroundings: the walls, ceiling and other barriers that define the geometry of the navigable space around you. 1/6
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Chris Baker May 13
Now out in Neuroimage, our study comparing behavioral similarity judgments, fMRI, and DNNs across a wide range of object and scene categories As one of the reviewers put it, this is a "things are not as simple as you think" type of paper...
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Kriegeskorte Lab May 13
We would need anonymized preprints: perhaps when you post a preprint, you set a deanonymization timer (eg to 3 months), or you just have the option to deanonymize your paper whenever you want. Open review could work even with permanently anonymous publications.
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Kriegeskorte Lab May 13
I don’t see a way to have preprints, open review, and author anonymization. Don’t want to give up on the former two. Am I missing something?
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Kriegeskorte Lab May 13
I imagine that in most cases people would know who the authors are from conferences & preprints (desirable, no?). Perhaps reviews for the remaining cases would be more objective. But I couldn’t review those, because open review requires a preprint.
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Kriegeskorte Lab May 13
Amazing work by Linda Henriksson (, with and me) showing that the human occipital place area (OPA) rapidly encodes the global geometry of our surroundings with invariance to the visual appearance (texture) of the surfaces...
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