Visual Interpretation for Artificial Intelligences [Video]

Fei Fei Li: How We’re Teaching Computers to Understand Pictures

Professor Fei Fei Li invests her time researching computer sciences at the Stanford University. She is Director of the Stanford AI Lab, Researcher in AI, computer vision, machine learning and cognitive neuroscience. We particularly loved her latest appearance on this TED Talks event about how systems learn how physical objects look and wanted to share this with you. Enjoy!

YouTube: “Fei Fei Li: How we’re teaching computers to understand pictures” by TED Talks

Photo credit: TED Conference

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