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18 juillet 2016 - David Cunningham
I ended my last post with the suggestion that underlying the recent turn to the ‘object’ or ‘thing’ one might glimpse a certain ‘posthumanist’ anxiety – an anxiety occasioned by the degree to which capitalist modernity is (...)
9 juillet 2016 - David Cunningham
“A commodity appears, at first sight, a very trivial thing, and easily understood”, writes Marx, famously, in the first chapter of Capital. “Its analysis shows that it is, in reality, a very queer thing, abounding in (...)
17 juin 2016 - David Cunningham
In a recent contribution to the collection Documentary Across Disciplines, based on a series of events held at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin between 2010 and 2014, Christopher Pinney begins his essay, (...)
13 juin 2016 - David Cunningham
“What if things could speak? What would they tell us? Or are they speaking already and we just don’t hear them? And who is going to translate them?” It is such questions that Hito Steyerl suggests, in her 2006 article (...)
27 mai 2016 - David Cunningham
In my previous post I tried to sketch out some of those questions provoked by a contemporary desire, in the words of Hito Steyerl, to side with and affirm the object. While this affirmation has coincided with a more (...)
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31 juillet 2017 - Gooly
by Li Yang Ku (Gooly) I was at ICRA (International Conference on Robotics and Automation) in Singapore to present one of my work this June. Surprisingly, the computer vision track seems to gain a lot of interest in (...)
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3 avril 2017 - Gooly
by Li Yang Ku (Gooly) It might feel like there aren’t that much progress in brain theories recently, we still know very little about how signals are processed in our brain. However, scientists have moved away from (...)
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21 mars 2017 - Gooly
by Li Yang Ku (gooly) Generating realistic images with machines was always one of the top items on my list of difficult tasks. Past attempts in the Computer Vision community were only able to get a blurry image at (...)
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24 octobre 2016 - Gooly
by Li Yang Ku (Gooly) In my previous post, I mentioned the obstacles when applying deep learning techniques directly to robotics. First, training data is harder to acquire; Second, interacting with the world is not (...)
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19 juin 2016 - Gooly
by Li Yang Ku (Gooly) In 2012 I started a list on the most cited papers in the field of computer vision. I try to keep the list focus on researches that relate to understanding this visual world and avoid image (...)
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VisionWang : Computer Vision Expert Blog
20 juin 2009 - Harry Wang
These days online discussion grows regarding Chinese government’s deployment of Green Dam Censorware System, a piece of software aiming at blocking adult content or political content-sensitive websites. It is mandated (...)
20 juin 2009 - Harry Wang
These days online discussion grows regarding Chinese government’s deployment of Green Dam Censorware System, a piece of software aiming at blocking adult content or political content-sensitive websites. It is mandated (...)
20 juin 2009 - Harry Wang
These days online discussion grows regarding Chinese government’s deployment of Green Dam Censorware System, a piece of software aiming at blocking adult content or political content-sensitive websites. It is mandated (...)
20 juin 2009 - Harry Wang
These days online discussion grows regarding Chinese government’s deployment of Green Dam Censorware System, a piece of software aiming at blocking adult content or political content-sensitive websites. It is mandated (...)
20 juin 2009 - Harry Wang
These days online discussion grows regarding Chinese government’s deployment of Green Dam Censorware System, a piece of software aiming at blocking adult content or political content-sensitive websites. It is mandated (...)
WIRED » deep learning
22 mai 2017 - Cade Metz
AlphaGo Is Back to Battle Mere Humans—and It’s Smarter Than Ever
Google's Go-playing AI is in China to take on the world's top-ranked player, and WIRED will be there for every move. The post AlphaGo Is Back to Battle Mere Humans—and It's Smarter Than Ever appeared first on (...)
18 mai 2017 - Joshua Davis
Hear Me Out: Let’s Elect an A.I. as President
An artificial Intelligence would consider all the facts before making the most rational decision for the greatest good. What could possibly go wrong? The post Hear Me Out: Let’s Elect an A.I. as President appeared (...)
11 avril 2017 - Cade Metz
Google’s Dueling Neural Networks Spar to Get Smarter, No Humans Required
What an AI cannot create, it does not understand. The post Google's Dueling Neural Networks Spar to Get Smarter, No Humans Required appeared first on WIRED.
5 avril 2017 - Megan Molteni
Massive 3-D Cell Library Teaches Computers How to Find Mitochondria
Using images of 6,000 stem cells, scientists have created the first-ever deep learning model to predict how cells are organized. The post Massive 3-D Cell Library Teaches Computers How to Find Mitochondria appeared (...)
28 mars 2017 - Eric Adams
AI Wields the Power to Make Flying Safer—and Maybe Even Pleasant
From cutting delays to cutting edge autopilot, the computers are coming to help. The post AI Wields the Power to Make Flying Safer—and Maybe Even Pleasant appeared first on (...)

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