IU psychologist leads 0000 NSF grant to create machines that think like toddlers

IUB Newsroom » IU psychologist leads $700,000 NSF grant to create machines that think like toddlers IU psychologist leads $700,000 NSF grant to create machines that think like toddlers 500 hours of video, 54 million images from over 100 children to inform machine model of childhood visual recognition and language learning Sept. 18, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Linda Smith, an internationally recognized expert in human cognition at Indiana University, and IU professor Chen Yu, in collaboration with computer vision researchers from Georgia Tech, have received $700,000 from the National Science Foundation to lead new research that could strengthen understanding of how children learn to recognize discrete categories of objects. Members of the IU Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Smith and Yu…


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