Wired ran a piece on our work at the DiCarlo Lab comparing deep neural networks and monkey IT. This was a real group effort! You can find the piece here: Machines Finally Match Monkeys in Key Image-Recognition Test
A great day for the IQ Engines team! The company has been acquired by Yahoo! to improve the Flickr experience. It has been a great privilege to be part of IQ Engines from the beginning. I’m excited to see how they use their great technology to bring Flickr to the next level! See it on […]
Over at IQ Engines, our great team is putting together a new mobile app called Glow. It’s been great fun to use it first hand and it has provided a whole new dimension to my photos. Here’s the blurb from our website: Glow is an image recognition platform that automatically tags photos. It recognizes scenes, […]
Happy to share the IQ Engines announcement of Series B Funding. You can check out the press release here: press release Lots of exciting technology to come from this great group!
Today I met with a colleague who’s interested in the phase coupling estimation work and I thought some of our older posters might be of interest. So, I’ve posted these posters: Cadieu C., Canolty R., Ganguly K., Barbaro N., Knight R.K., Carmena J.M. and Koepsell K. A phase-amplitude coupled latent variable model applied to dynamical brain states. Computational […]
The final version of my paper with Bruno is available over at the Neural Computation website: paper or get the pdf here: pdf The first version on the Neural Computation website had some low-quality figures, but here is an updated pdf with the print resolution: pdf. I’ve also made available the figures in beautiful high resolution […]