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ACS Victoria Artificial Intelligence POD (Seminar): Optical Illusions and Computer Vision

Join us at this upcoming Artificial Intelligence POD taking place in a Seminar/Forum format. This session will involve an individual speaker presenting on their knowledge, views and experience on AI. The audience will be invited to ask questions at the conclusion of the presentation.

Registration End Date: Tue, 11 Jun, 02:00 PM

  • where

  • VIEU Conference rooms
    Ground Level, 120 Clarendon street
    Southbank VIC 3006
  • when

  • Event Start: Tue, 11 Jun, 05:30 PM
    Event Finish: Tue, 11 Jun, 07:30 PM
  • event price

  • Member: $0.00
  • Member-Concessional: $0.00
  • Non-Member: $50.00

  • * Your price may vary on registration depending on your membership type.

<p>We’ve all spent time pondering ‘The Dress’ illusion, it’s fascinating, but did you know that this optical illusion could actually provide a means to define more accurate computer vision techniques? <br><br>By taking these ‘glitches’ in the visual system and turning them into defined quantifiable rules these can, in turn, result in a higher-level understanding of natural images by computer vision systems.<br><br>Join Emerging Tech Consultant, Brendan Nicholls on <b>Tuesday 11 June</b>, for this thought provoking session on AI and it&#39;s ability to measure and rectify faults in computer vision.</p>


 05:30 PM - 06:00 PM  Registration                          
 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM  Presentation                          
 07:00 PM - 07:15 PM  Event Close                          

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Brendan Nicholls

Brendan Nicholls

Starting his career in Optometry, Brendan has found a passion for using the laws of human perception and cognition to uncover rules that can help define computer vision. Brendan has worked at both The University of New South Wales, Sydney and Justus Liebig University in Giessen, Germany.

Brendan now leads Telstra’s humanoid robotics program, creating enterprise robotic solutions for customers around Australia.

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Ground Level, 120 Clarendon street,Southbank,VIC,Australia