Category Archives for Machine Vision

My project on machine vision will be funded by the ERC!

Amazing news today: my ERC Consolidator project is going to be funded! This is huge news: it’s a €2 million grant that will allow me to build a research team to work for five years to understand how machine vision … Continue reading

28. November 2017 by Jill
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Teaching drone vision

This semester I’m teaching a graduate seminar in digital media aesthetics on machine vision, and in today’s class we discussed drone art, using Dziga Vertov’s manifesto from 1923 (“I am kino-eye, I am a mechanical eye. I, a machine, show … Continue reading

10. March 2016 by Jill
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How Do Machines See? My Graduate Seminar this Semester

I’m really excited about the course I’m teaching this semester. DIKULT303: Digital Media Aesthetics is a graduate seminar with a topic that changes from year to year, and this year it will be about machine vision, my current obsession, and … Continue reading

06. January 2016 by Jill
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