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Motion sensitive visual neural networks, from animals to bio robotics

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Host: Dr. Shan He

Animals, as small as insects, have amazing ability in exploring withinthis dynamic visual world. This ability has not been observed in oreasy to implement to human made intelligent moving machines such asrobots. By modelling bio-plausible neural networks, we can not onlycontribute to further understanding of how animals visual systems orparticular visual neurons work, but also step forward in developingnew intelligent vision systems fit for future robots. In this talk, Iwill introduce the most recent work in my group on modelling specificvisual neurons in insects with motion preferences, also recentprogresses in swarm robots.

This talk is part of the Computer Science Departmental Series series.

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