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Scientists developed a neural network that operates on light

A group of scientists at the University of California has recently devised a new type of neural network that operates on light instead of...
A pre-trained TensorFlow model rates focus quality for a montage of microscope image patches of cells in Fiji (ImageJ). Hue and lightness of the borders denote predicted focus quality and prediction uncertainty, respectively.

Using Deep Learning to ease scientific image analysis

The microscope is mainly used for imaging applications to analyze terabytes of data per day. These applications can profit by late advances in computer vision...
The Building Blocks of Interpretability

The Building Blocks of Interpretability

Earlier in 2015, Google researchers wanted images led to psychedelic images. They thus created code as DeepDream and it grew into a small art movement producing all sorts of amazing things. Continuing...
The multilayer neural net setup, used for classifying EEG readings

Male and female brain rhythms show differences

In a new study by scientists at the University of Twente which includes detecting brain signals of males and females brain using EEG signals. The distinction can't...
How Neural Networks Think

How Neural Networks Think

Artificial Intelligence is a new scientific infrastructure for research and learning. The potential of AI is boundless. In addition, machine learning algorithms called neural...
New Deep Learning Techniques Analyze Athletes' Decision-Making

New Deep Learning Techniques Analyze Athletes’ Decision-Making

Generally, sports analytics has been used to analyze the results of sports competitions. Although the analytics provides ratings for each team or player. Similarly, Disney...
Eye-tracking system uses ordinary cell phone camera

Eye-tracking System uses Ordinary Cell Phone Camera

From last 4 decades, eye-tracking system is used to measure long point and the motion of an eye relative to the head. The eye-tracking...
Eyeriss: MIT's New 168 Core Chip Could Bring AI to Smartphones

Eyeriss: MIT’s New 168 Core Chip Could Bring AI to Smartphones

At the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco, scientists from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) introduced their new 168 core chip. This...