Class Times: Friday 11:00-2:00pm
Instructors: Shimon Ullman and Tomaso Poggio (TA Ethan Meyers)
Office Hours: TBA
Email Contact: email@example.com
Previous Class: FALL 2012
We will review and discuss research on the problem of learning to understand the world and interact with it using sensory information. We will use vision as the main domain, and review relevant learning approaches from both computational and biological perspectives. Topics will include learning in computational vision, recent advances and limitations, face processing by computers and brain, learning in synapses, reinforcement leaning and Markov decision process in computers and brains.
The course is open to all graduate students; undergraduates can take the course with instructor permission.
Grading will be based on participation and a final project.
|Class 01||Fri 06 Sep||Shimon Ullman|
|Class 02||Fri 13 Sep||Tomaso Poggio|
|Fri 20 Sep||No Class|
|Class 03||Fri 27 Sep||Larry Abbot|
|Class 04||Fri 04 Oct||Haim Sompolinsky|
|Class 05||Fri 11 Oct||Mike Jones|
|Class 06||Fri 18 Oct||Shihab Sharma|
|Class 07||Fri 25 Oct||Yann LeCunn|
|Class 08||Fri 01 Nov||Yael Niv|
|Class 09||Fri 8 Nov||Andrew Barto|
|Class 10||Fri 15 Nov||Winrich Freiwald, Charles Cadeu, Elias Issa|
|Class 11||Fri 22 Nov||Abdel-rahman Mohamed|
|Fri 29 Nov||No Class|
|Class 12||Fri 6 Dec||Shimon Ullman - Tomaso Poggio|
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