International Conference on Predictive Vision
Vision researchers from around the world visited York University June 10 to 13 for the Centre for Vision Research (CVR) and Vision: Science to Applications (VISTA) International Conference on Predictive Vision and shared interdisciplinary research from behavioural, computational and neuroscience perspectives.
The conference, held every two years, provides researchers in vision science an opportunity to collaborate and share knowledge. CVR and VISTA are leaders in human and machine vision research in Canada, and their interdisciplinary approach aims to produce technologies that will help people live healthier, safer and more productive lives.
“The topic of predictive vision was selected as embracing, and being consequential to, virtually all approaches to vision,” said York University Professor Laurence Harris, director of CVR.
York professors Doug Crawford, Mazyar Fallah, John Tsotsos and Joel Zylberberg were speakers at the event. Other presenters came from across Canada as well as the U.S., Germany and England.
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