Plenary Talk 1

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[Plenary Talk 1]    11.2(Thur)  09:30 - 11:00

Gary Cottrell
UCSD(University of California San Diego), USA

Deep Learning: What’s All the Fuss About?

▷ Abstract
Deep learning is all over the news. In this talk, I will explain what deep learning is, and why it has become so important in the last few years. I will describe a few applications, how you can interact with deep networks (hint: you can use them on your cell phone), and describe how deep networks have become the best models of the human visual system.

▷ Bio
Garrison W. Cottrell is Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California, San Diego. He obtained the BS degree in Mathematics and Sociology from Cornell University in 1972, and MS and PhD degrees from the University of Rochester in 1981 and 1985, respectively. After a postdoctoral position with David Rumelhart at UCSD, he joined the CSE Department there. His research is strongly interdisciplinary. It concerns using neural networks as a computational model applied to problems in cognitive science and artificial intelligence, engineering and biology. He has had success using them for such disparate tasks as modeling how children acquire words, studying how lobsters chew, and adaptive information retrieval. His main focus is on modeling visual perception of faces, objects, and scenes.

※ The above schedule is subject to change.

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