Are we at the dawn of a new era in convolutional networks?

Is it possible to combine CapsuleNet with CortexNet?

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News:

Technology Review

MLReview

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Papers:

2017

Dynamic Routing Between Capsules

Sara Sabour, Nicholas Frosst, Geoffrey Hinton

more

(Under review; submitted to ICLR 2018)

Matrix capsules with EM routing

more

2014

Optimizing Neural Networks that Generate Images

Tijmen Tieleman

See page 26

2011

Transforming Auto-encoders

Geoffrey Hinton, Alex Krizhevsky, Sida D. Wang

more

2006

To Recognize Shapes, First Learn to Generate Images

Geoffrey Hinton

See page 4, "fifth strategy"

1995

The wake-sleep algorithm for unsupervised neural networks

Geoffrey Hinton, Peter Dayan, Brendan Frey, Radford Neal

more

1958

Oliver Selfridge

Pandemonium: A paradigm for learning

See also

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Video:

2017

Siraj Raval

Capsule Networks: An Improvement to Convolutional Networks

more

2014

Geoffrey Hinton

What is wrong with Convolutional Neural Networks?

more

2012

Geoffrey Hinton: "Does the Brain do Inverse Graphics?"

more

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Blogs:

Max Pechyonkin

Understanding Hinton’s Capsule Networks. Part I: Intuition

more

Understanding Hinton’s Capsule Networks. Part II: How Capsules Work

more

Jonathan Hui

Understanding Dynamic Routing between Capsules (Capsule Network)

more

Kendrick Tan

Capsule Networks Explained

more

Mike Ross

A Visual Representation of Capsule Network Computations

more

Debarko De

What is a CapsNet or Capsule Network?

more

Thibault Neveu

Understand and apply CapsNet on Traffic sign classification

more

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Discussion:

dynamic_routing_between_capsules

capsule_networks_explained

a_visual_representation_of_capsule_network

How to treat Hinton's thesis "Dynamic Routing Between Capsules"? (Chinese)

more

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Implementation:

CapsuleNet in Keras on MNIST

CapsuleNet in Keras on Cifar dataset

CapsuleNet in TensorFlow on German traffic sign dataset

CapsuleNet in TensorFlow on MNIST

CapsuleNet in Kaggle on MNIST

## Friday, November 17, 2017

## Wednesday, July 19, 2017

### Amazon Alexa’s Ashwin Ram talks AI with Sebastian Thrun

Required viewing for anyone interested in the past, present, and future of AI: here

## Wednesday, July 12, 2017

### Public LiDAR data set

New York University releases a large laser scanned data set for urban development.

## Tuesday, July 11, 2017

### Motion vectors, inertia, and strategy

For a deeper understanding of vectors, inertia, and motion strategy, see Racetrack:

Try not to crash online here.

Further discussion here.

Try not to crash online here.

Further discussion here.

Labels:
computer science,
education,
public safety,
robotics,
simulation,
transportation

## Saturday, July 8, 2017

### Autonomous Driving

FYI: an open-access overview of autonomous driving

Labels:
engineering,
intelligence,
public safety,
robotics,
transportation

## Sunday, April 9, 2017

### Algorithm

What might be the earliest-known entry of the word "algorithm" in a dictionary can be found in Samuel Johnson's Dictionary of the English Language from 1785.

The entry on page 130 reads (approximately): algorithm: Arabic words, which are used to imply the six operations of arithmetic, or the science of numbers.

Today, "algorithm" is defined as:

- A well-defined procedure to solve a problem.

- A clearly specified set of simple instructions to be followed to solve a problem.

- A finite, deterministic, and effective problem-solving method.

- An explicit, precise, unambiguous, mechanically-executable sequence of elementary instructions.

- A sequence of computational steps that transform input into output.

1. Jeff Erickson's algorithms notes

2. Introduction to Algorithms / Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest, Stein / MIT Press link

See also: wikipedia

The entry on page 130 reads (approximately): algorithm: Arabic words, which are used to imply the six operations of arithmetic, or the science of numbers.

Today, "algorithm" is defined as:

- A well-defined procedure to solve a problem.

- A clearly specified set of simple instructions to be followed to solve a problem.

- A finite, deterministic, and effective problem-solving method.

- An explicit, precise, unambiguous, mechanically-executable sequence of elementary instructions.

^{1}- A sequence of computational steps that transform input into output.

^{2}1. Jeff Erickson's algorithms notes

2. Introduction to Algorithms / Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest, Stein / MIT Press link

See also: wikipedia

## Monday, January 9, 2017

### Applying Deep Learning to Detect Damage in Urban Areas

Analyze and estimate the extent of damage in a disaster area: Link

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