SVRHM 2019 will be held on December 13, 2019 at the Vancouver Convention Center @ West Level 2 Room 220-222 in Vancouver, Canada.
The Video Recordings of all talks are available here: https://slideslive.com/neurips/west-220-222-shared-visual-representations-in-human-and-machine-intelligence
08.50 - 09.00: Opening Remarks
09:00 - 09:25:Olivier Henaff (DeepMind) | Predictable representations in humans and machines
09:25 - 09:50:Irina Higgins (DeepMind) | What is disentangling and does intelligence need it?
09.50 - 10.10: Coffee Break.
10.10 - 10.35:Will Xiao (Harvard) | A "distribution mismatch" dataset for comparing representational similarity in ANNs and the brain
10.35 - 11.00:Bill Freeman (MIT) | Feathers, wings, and the future of computer vision research
11.00 - 11.25:Erin Grant (UC Berkeley) | Taxonomic structure in learning from few positive examples
11.25 - 11.50:Ruairidh Battleday (Princeton) | CIFAR-10H: using human-derived soft-label distributions to support more robust and generalizable classification
11.50 - 12.15:Andrei Barbu (MIT) | Making the next generation of machine learning datasets: ObjectNet a new object recognition benchmark
12.15 - 12.40:Mike Tarr (CMU) | The building blocks of vision
12.40 - 02.00: Lunch on your own
02.00 - 03.00: Poster Session
03.00 - 03.30: Q&A from the Audience. Ask the Grad Students: Cross-disciplinary research experiences and tips for Graduate School Admissions Panelists:
- Erin Grant (UC Berkeley)
- Nadine Chang (CMU)
- Ruairidh Battleday (Princeton)
- Sophia Sanborn (UC Berkeley)
- Nikhil Parthasarathy (NYU)
3.30 - 3.55:Talia Konkle (Harvard) | Object representation in the human visual system
3.55 - 4.20:Nikolaus Kriegeskorte (Columbia) | Cognitive computational neuroscience of vision
4.20 - 4.45:Matthias Bethge (Universität Tübingen) | Perturbation-based remodeling of visual neural network representations
4.45 - 5.10:Eero Simoncelli (NYU) | Local gain control and perceptual invariances
5.10 - 6.00: Panel Discussion: What sorts of cognitive or biological (architectural) inductive biases will be crucial for developing effective artificial intelligence? Panelists: Irina Higgins, Talia Konkle, Nikolaus Kriegeskorte, Matthias Bethge.
6.00 - 6.10: Concluding Remarks, Best Paper Award Prize (NVIDIA Titan RTX) Ceremony and Best Poster Award Prize Ceremony (Oculus Quest).
6.10 - 7.00: Evening Reception sponsored by MIT Quest for Intelligence.