Leah Krubitzer

Professor of Psychology OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA. Curriculum Vitae. University of California, Davis. Center for Neuroscience. 1544 Newton Court. Davis, CA 95618. Ph.D. Vanderbilt University, Psychology (Neuroscience), 1984-1989. B.S. Pennsylvania State University,...

Leah Krubitzer

Professor of Psychology OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA. Curriculum Vitae. University of California, Davis. Center for Neuroscience. 1544 Newton Court. Davis, CA 95618. Ph.D. Vanderbilt University, Psychology (Neuroscience), 1984-1989. B.S. Pennsylvania State University,...

Data Science Platform Developer

Position OverviewThe Data Science Platform Developer in NPD's Analytic Solutions R&D team works with our developers, data assets, and users to implement scalable an. Link to Full Article: Read...

Data Science Platform Developer

Position OverviewThe Data Science Platform Developer in NPD's Analytic Solutions R&D team works with our developers, data assets, and users to implement scalable an. Link to Full Article: Read...

Moody’s: AI applications still distant

As artificial intelligence (AI) technology goes mainstream, its potential to reshape sectors remains years away, says Moody's Investors Service. AI is a broad concept covering many different applications and models. After decades of slow progress, AI technologies...

AI-based system designed to spot poachers

Using that dataset and a modified version of an existing deep learning algorithm known as Faster RCNN, they then taught a computer how to distinguish between the two types of images. While it could do so accurately, it was taking 10 seconds to process each image,...

AI-based system designed to spot poachers

Poachers typically hunt at night, which is why drone-mounted infrared cameras are being used to spot them. The problem is, since both the poachers and the animals emit heat, it can be difficult to tell which is which in the videos. Scientists from the University of...

AI-based system designed to spot poachers

Using that dataset and a modified version of an existing deep learning algorithm known as Faster RCNN, they then taught a computer how to distinguish between the two types of images. While it could do so accurately, it was taking 10 seconds to process each image,...

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