MIT Museum Talkback 360 - Visualizing Science: All In Your Head
Talkback 360 at the MIT Museum
How do humans recognize and remember images? Can these processes be artificially created? Join MIT professors Aude Oliva, James Di Carlo, and Antonio Torralba in a dynamic conversation about the intersection of vision and cognition in humans and machines.
James Di Carlo
Associate Professor of Neuroscience; Head, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences; Investigator, M.I.T. McGovern Institute for Brain Research
Associate Professor, Brain and Cognitive Sciences; Principal Investigator, CSAIL; MIT Computer Vision & Graphics Group; Investigator, Athinoula A. Martinos Imaging Center
Associate Professor, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Recorded on 3/20/12
TalkBack 360 is a brand new program series at the MIT Museum where audiences and researchers come together to share their diverse perspectives on hot topics in science, technology, and the arts. Join the discussion in our MIT 360 arena and talk back about the research that keeps you thinking.