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Invited Talk
Workshop: Acting and Interacting in the Real World: Challenges in Robot Learning

Martial Hebert: Reducing supervision

Martial Hebert


A key limitation, in particular for computer vision tasks, is their reliance on vast amounts of strongly supervised data. This limits scalability, prevents rapid acquisition of new concepts, and limits adaptability to new tasks or new conditions. To address this limitation, I will explore ideas in learning visual models from limited data. The basic insight behind all of these ideas is that it is possible to learn from a large corpus of vision tasks how to learn models for new tasks with limited data, by representing the way visual models vary across tasks, also called model dynamics. The talk will also show examples from common visual classification tasks.

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