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Eugenio Culurciello's SoC 2011 keynote talk - neuflow robotic vision systems

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Published on Nov 11, 2011

Eugenio Culurciello's keynote talk at the 2011 System-on-a-chip conference: http://www.socconference.com/

title: Vision for robots, vehicles and consumer electronics: how close are we?

Abstract: We discuss the current state of the art in synthetic vision systems for robotics and consumer applications. We ask and partially answer the following questions: when will vehicles, consumer electronics, robotic helpers and computing equipment perform visual tasks that are now only the prerogative of humans? Where is robotic and artificial vision right now? How close are we to embedded vision system that perform at the level of humans? When will robot help our everyday life?
We also present the state of the art hardware systems for embedded vision and discuss their performance in comparison with general purpose computer processors, graphic cards, programmable hardware and systems on a chip.
We also present the current state-of-the-art work on neuromorphic hardware models of the mammalian visual system. In particular systems that model retinal pre-processing and the ventral visual pathway, with the goal of categorizing, tracking and maintaining a visual memory of tens of targets. More information can be found here: http://www.neuflow.org/

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