Friday, 23 October, 2020
The session is “Techniques of AI Tutorials,” presented by Abby Stylinaou, Ph.D., of the Department of Computer Science, will take place from 11 to 11:50 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 23.
The session is “Deep Learning for Understanding Images."
One of the most common tasks in visual recognition is to ask what "class" an image or video was from:
Does an image show a benign or cancerous tumor?
What species of plant is shown in an image?
What kind of car did you see in a video feed of a crime scene?
In this tutorial, participants will learn how to use deep learning with convolutional neural networks to make predictions of what is depicted in images. Participants will also learn about visualization approaches to make these classification predictions explainable -- helping to understand not only what class is shown in an image, but why the neural network "thought" that that was the right class.
This tutorial will be interactive. All you will need is a computer with a browser.