Twenty Billion Neurons, who ‘build advanced machine learning systems that understand video’ announced a breakthrough in their technology at the RE•WORK Deep Learning Summit in Montreal. As humans, we process the world and solve intelligent tasks largely through common sense - something that can’t be programmed into a computer. At TwentyBN, the team are working to teach machines to understand the physical world through the development of ground-breaking technology that allows machines to perceive the world like humans.
At the summit in Montreal this morning Roland Memisevic, Chief Scientist, announced that earlier this week the team had a breakthrough in their lab:
“Our video systems are now able to accurately recognize highly complex human behaviours in video, which had been entirely unthinkable until now (think “imagenet for video”).”
Topics: Deep Learning, AI, Image Retrieval, Image Analysis