Improving computer vision algorithms using neuroscience principles

Scientists have worked to recreate human vision in computers for the past 50 years. But how much about human vision do we actually know? And can the brain be useful in furthering computer vision?

This talk will take a look at the similarities and differences between (modern) computer vision and human vision, as well as the important cross-overs, collaborations, and applications that define the interface between computational neuroscience and computer vision. If you want to know more about how the brain sees (really sees), how computer vision developments are inspired by the brain, or how to apply AI to neuroscience, this talk is for you.