BI 065 Thomas Serre: How Recurrence Helps Vision

April 05, 2020 01:40:13
BI 065 Thomas Serre: How Recurrence Helps Vision
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BI 065 Thomas Serre: How Recurrence Helps Vision

Apr 05 2020 | 01:40:13

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Show Notes

Thomas and I discuss the role of recurrence in visual cognition: how brains somehow excel with so few “layers” compared to deep nets, how feedback recurrence can underlie visual reasoning, how LSTM gate-like processing could explain the function of canonical cortical microcircuits, the current limitations of deep learning networks like adversarial examples, and a bit of history in modeling our hierarchical visual system, including his work with the HMAX model and interacting with the deep learning folks as convolutional neural networks were being developed.

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