Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Mimicing the brain for automobile driver's assistance

ZDNet has a post on 'Computers mimicking the brain' whereby "Researchers at the MIT McGovern Institute for Brain Research have used a biological model to train a computer model to recognize objects in busy street scenes, such as cars or people".

Also, that "Their very innovative approach, which combines neuroscience and artificial intelligence with computer science, mimics how the brain functions to recognize objects in the real world. This versatile model could soon be used for automobile driver's assistance, visual search engines, biomedical imaging analysis or robots with realistic vision."

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