EurekAlert: Neuroscientists to build video dataset that catches people looking (at everything)

EurekAlert: Neuroscientists to build video dataset that catches people looking (at everything). “To better understand the organization of the brain and the perceptual tendencies in humans, a team of four scientists are recording video from four head-mounted cameras – with eyetracking and head movement – and assembling a massive video database with more than 240 hours of first-person video that can be used by researchers everywhere.”

The Horizons Tracker: The New Database To Help Robots Learn

The Horizons Tracker: The New Database To Help Robots Learn. “Databases such as ImageNet have long been the bedrock of the AI revolution we’re experiencing today. With 14 million or so images, they provide a vast repository of content with which to train algorithms. It’s a trick that roboticists are attempting to replicate with a new database, known as RoboNet.”

Move Mirror: You move and 80,000 images move with you (Google Blog)

Google Blog: Move Mirror: You move and 80,000 images move with you. “There are a lot of impressive uses for machine learning these days, like detecting objects in images, helping to detect diseases, and even enabling cars to drive themselves. But AI can also be used in more playful ways. That’s why we made Move Mirror—an AI Experiment that lets you explore pictures in a fun new way, just by moving around. Move in front of your webcam and Move Mirror will match your real-time movements to hundreds of images of people doing similar poses around the world.”