LH - Scientific Workshop: A Turing++ Question: Who is There?

A Turing++ Question: Who is There?
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This workshop, held at MIT in September, 2015, brought together experts from computer vision, cognitive science, and neuroscience, to discuss the problem of face recognition, what are the key challenges for developing a computational understanding of the neural processes underlying face recognition in humans and primates, and how an interdisciplinary approach can accelerate future progress in this area. The workshop began with reflections on the important historical developments in the area of face recognition that took place within the fields of computer vision (Takeo Kanade and Anil Jain), cognitive science (Isabelle Bulthoff), and neuroscience (Robert Desimone and Nancy Kanwisher). These presentations are captured in the videos below.


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