IBM and MIT collaborate to advance AI machine vision

IBM and MIT are teaming up to support the development of machine vision using insights from brain and cognitive research. According to today’s release, the multi-year partnership will see IBM Research collaborate with MIT’s Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences (BCS) to explore and develop aspects of machine understanding to better deal with audio-visual inputs. The new lab for Brain-inspired Multimedia Machine Comprehension (BM3C) will aim to build cognitive computing systems which can mirror the human ability to understand inputs from a variety of visual and audio sources. BM3C will look to find answers to numerous technical challenges around pattern recognition and prediction in machine vision, which are currently impossible tasks for machines to complete alone. The statement proposes an example in which a human watches a short video of…


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